It's Pet Dental Health Month

You brush your own teeth twice a day, but what about your pet’s? Poor dental hygiene is usually a result of inadequate maintenance and diet. Proper dental hygiene is also essential in preventing more serious health problems — not to mention gingivitis, mouth sores and periodontal disease. Yuck! But fear not, concerned pet parents. There are things you can do to keep your dog or cat’s pearly whites from eroding before their time. In the spirit of Pet Dental Health Month, here are a few tips to keep your animal’s mouth happy, healthy and smelling fresh (or at least fresher than normal). Give ‘Em Something {Healthy} to Chew On: A Duke University study found that feeding raw meaty bones helps k

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