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Something to learn why and how should we manage dental problems in our dogs. See instructions on how to use Plaque Attack here: [Images (watermarked): borrowed from various sources]


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We Care for Our Teeth!... But...How about our dog’s? Is brushing enough? Is there an easy way? What are our options? --> Plaque Attack Reviews <--

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Periodontal! Something unfamiliar huh? Yeah, because same as how difficult to define this term is; is also how painful for your dog to suffer from such. Periodontal disease or periodontitis is a serious inflammation and infection involving tissues and structures that are found around the teeth.

…just facts…simple and straight!:

…just facts…simple and straight! COMPLICATIONS: Bacterial accumulation in the tartar and other infected areas can be a source of bacterial contamination through other parts of the body including-- the heart, kidneys, intestinal tract, as well as joints. Dental disease affects up to 80% of pets over the age of three. The results: -bad breath, loss of appetite, “wasting”-

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Dental cleaning is generally recommended when there is an excessive build-up of tartar and plaque on your dog’s teeth. It is usually done under general anesthesia (same as when you go to your dentist) Tartar, plaque and calculus deposits are removed by scraping your dog’s teeth. Finally, polishing is done to prevent future bacterial accumulation (this removes pits in the enamel where bacteria amass).

Why do most people hesitate?:

Why do most people hesitate? Expensive… very expensive at times! dental care for your dogs may demand between $100 to $300. Simple brushing may cost $50 while emergency surgery/extraction can cost > $1000. (that’s what they said!’s what I have read...what do you think about?) Anesthesia risk Probably unless you have the total confidence to your vet’s capacity Time and commitment They said everyone is busy…and who is that everyone? Oh, yeah, it’s me!

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There must be a way…an alternative…or perhaps much better way! Brush your dog’s teeth at least 4 times /week Use toothpaste specifically designed for your dog (age and condition) Use oral sprays/gels to help prevent plaque and tartar buildup. Provide helpful dog foods/treats that can help remove incrustations within teeth. Dog toys may help too- they encourage your dogs to salivate, bite onto it and somehow help blood flow in the gums and break plaques. You can help Your aid Thanks and Visit Us @ Plaque Attack Petzlife C.E.T Enzymatic Chew Hill’s Prescription diet Nylabone Wishbone

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