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PurBreath for Healthy Teeth in Dogs and Cats

 

Has your puppy lost his puppy breath? Is your senior cat showing signs of tartar build up? Do you worry that your pet's oral hygiene could impact his overall health? Dental concerns are common among pet owners, but traditional teeth-cleaning methods are challenging, messy and time-consuming. It's easy to put off tooth-brushing in favor of a romp in the park or a cuddle on the couch. Who wants to waste precious time and energy trying to convince Fido and Tabby that they need to brush their teeth?

Yet veterinarian Dr. Jan Bellows, in her article Dental Disease in Dogs, warns, "Over 80% of dogs over the age of three have an active dental disease." Cats suffer similarly, often experiencing dental pain even before displaying other signs of the disease, as explained in Dental Disease in Cats by Dr. Jan Bellows.  In its article Pet Dental Care, the American Veterinary Medical Association cautions that ignoring the dental needs of your beloved pet could lead to serious health concerns, including kidney, liver and heart problems, not to mention painful teeth and gums. 

PurBreath oral care gel for cats and dogs is effective, natural and easy to use. Simply spray the solution into your pet's mouth. It even gets into those hard-to-reach areas that brushing can miss. This all-natural oral care product works to break apart the tartar and plaque, giving your pet a bright, white smile and fresh breath. 

You can worry less about your pet's oral hygiene and more about spending quality time together. With healthier teeth and gums, your cat will be able to eat his favorite treats and your dog will be able to tug on his favorite toy pain-free. As a bonus, you will appreciate their fresher breath when they come close for a snuggle.

Try PurBreath, the best, all-natural oral care product for dogs and cats. Fido and Tabby will thank you! Please contact us to learn more. 

 

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aaliyya
aaliyya

July 31, 2018

Yesterday, my little kitten failed to nibble my <a href=
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aaliya
aaliya

July 31, 2018

Yesterday, my little kitten failed to nibble my <a href=
https://www.freakypet.com/
>cute cat slippers like she used to play before. I guessed something was wrong with her teeth and breath but did not have the slightest idea of the oral diseases that can be prevalent in the pets. This blog of yours about pets oral care helped me detect the problem with my kitten.

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