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Pets Dental Health & Hygiene Tips

Is your furry family members breath off putting? Do you find yourself pulling away from pupper kisses? It is estimated that 85% of our furry friends have a type of periodontal disease by age three. Today we'd like to share some quick tips to keep your furry feline's and pups teeth healthy.

Hey there! I’m Annabel, a pet expert here at Bentley’s Pet Stuff. Is your furry family members breath off putting? Do you find yourself pulling away from pupper kisses? It’s estimated that roughly 85% of our furry friends have a type of periodontal disease by age three.Today we’d like to share some quick tips to keep your furry feline’s and pup’s teeth healthy.

Like humans, our furry family members need to stay caught up on their teeth cleanings. A yearly trip to the vet for a cleaning is recommended to keep your furry friend happy and healthy. In between cleanings and check ups, we at Bentley’s recommend regularly brushing
your pet’s teeth. We know this is a bit of a challenge but long term it helps keep your furry family members teeth healthy and breath smelling fresh.

If your furry family member is a bit fussy when it comes to teeth cleaning, you do have a few other options. PlaqueOff Powder is hands down our favorite here at Bentley’s. It’s an all natural powder made from seaweed that is added to your furry friend’s food on a daily basis. The
natural compound in PlaqueOff comes out through your dog or cat’s saliva and breaks down bacteria from forming on the teeth and gums. This product is not only all natural and human grade but does an incredible job atreducing plaque and tarter; and keeping your furry family member breath fresh.

Another option we suggest are Indigenous chews. These are a delicious treat for your furry friend while also having the added benefit of cleaning their teeth. These treats are all natural and free from any preservatives, grain, and gluten. And
include the same ingredient as PlaqueOff Powder that breaks down bacteria that forms on your dog or cat’s teeth. Helping them stay healthy and fresh.

Finally if you don’t want to fuss with these powder or treats, simply give your furry family the treat of a raw bone to snack on. Raw meaty bones work like floss. They scrape away any tarter while also adding acid to a pets’ diet that helps rid its body of plaque forming bacteria.

We at Bentley’s know the struggle that is keeping your furry family member’s teeth healthy but we hope that these tips help keep your dog and cat’s breath smelling fresh.

From all of us at Bentley’s, thanks for tuning in with us, be sure to check out some of our other videos, and don’t forget, we at Bentley’s care about your pet as much as you do.

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