There is a hidden disease in dogs that is so common it's affecting 8 out of 10 dogs over 3 years of age.
This unseen common disease can cause your dog:
➡️ Irreversible damage
➡️ Weight loss
➡️ Heart disease
➡️ Foul breath
➡️ Changes in eating habits
➡️ Excessive drooling
So what is this common disease that vets are screaming for you to prevent?
Doggy Dental Disease!
Unfortunately, dental disease is the most common medical issue found amongst pets nowadays. So what Are The Symptoms Of Dental Disease?
The symptoms of severe gum disease include:
➡️ Problems picking up food
➡️ Bleeding or red gums
➡️ Loose teeth
➡️ Blood in the water bowl or on chew toys
➡️ Bad breath (halitosis)
➡️ Bumps or lumps in the mouth
➡️ Bloody or ropey saliva
➡️ Not wanting the head touched (head shyness)
➡️ Chewing on one side of the mouth
Can Dental Disease Affect More Than Just Your Dog’s Mouth?
The answer is yes.
Numerous studies have shown a direct link between dental diseases in dogs to systemic diseases and infections of the kidneys, liver, lungs, and heart.
There has even been a link found with diabetes as well as cancer.
These serious systemic diseases can develop or be made worse by the endless amounts of bacteria present in the mouth which in turn, gets absorbed into the bloodstream via bad or bleeding gums. Is it possible to reverse or prevent dental disease?
It is possible to reverse or prevent the effects of dental disease in your dog, but you can’t let it get too far or it is irreversible.
Tips For Preventing Dental Disease In Dogs:
✅ Get your dog's teeth professionally cleaned by a vet
This is probably the most expensive route, and most vets will tell you putting dogs under anesthesia isn’t the safest practice.
✅ Brush your dog's teeth daily
This is one of the best ways to clean the incisors (front teeth) and Canines, but for most people, this isn’t convenient or easy to clean dogs' molars (back teeth) or premolars as dogs normally don’t like it.
✅ Give your dog raw bones to chew on
Although one of the best ways to clean dog teeth, any vet will tell you how many fractured teeth they see from dogs chewing bones. If undetected that can cause your dog a whole range of health problems.
Although these methods are effective, they are expensive, difficult, and dangerous. If you're looking for the best way to clean your dog's teeth without the need for a toothbrush, expensive vet bills, or dangerous bones, this next option is the BEST solution:
🥇 An All-Natural Dental Chew
Providing your dog with a daily dental chew is THE BEST way to protect your pet's teeth and gums, without the need for a toothbrush, expensive vet bills, or feeding dangerous bones.
But beware of imported dental chews or processed.
Well, I have good news for you today.
Pet Snacks has a range of amazing chews and treats for your dog to chew that are totally safe. We have some treats that are specifically designed for all types of chewers. They are locally made, contain no preservatives, and are an all-natural product.
All of the chews in our range are guaranteed to help dogs release that natural chewing instinct, while at the same time freshening breath & helping remove plaque and tartar build-up!
They are locally made, contain no preservatives, and are an all-natural product.