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Causes Of Bad Breath In Dogs

Causes of bad breath in dogs

Causes of Bad Breath In Dogs — and Natural Remedies to help   Dogs are the only pets that aren’t shy. Just spend a few minutes with your dog and you will have learned almost everything about them— from health-related issues to other stuff. It is during this time that you are likely to come across bad smell from your dog’s mouth. Generally, dogs aren’t known to have fresh-smelling mouths. …read the full article.

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Why Do Dogs Chew?

Why do dogs chew?

Why Do Dogs Chew? Canine’s are known to chewing, it’s part of their nature.  They have a mouthful of teeth and find pleasure in chewing, a fun pastime while exercising their mandibular muscles.  It’s not always about the taste of the item they are knowing on, it’s more about the movement of their jaw, the strengthening of their jaw muscles. In comparison it is the same as when we go …read the full article.

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Pet Research

We were at the humane society a few weeks back and came upon a booth called PET RESEARCH. Wag Lifetime Joint Care is a scientifically advanced supplement designed to support your dog’s complete structural framework. It contains four next-generation branded ingredients that work synergistically to support the health, development and function of joints, bones, ligaments and tendons.     Pet Research- A Scientific Approach To A Vibrant Companion    A …read the full article.

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Ten Steps to Your Dogs Dental Health

Did you know that regularly brushing your dog’s teeth and providing her with a healthy diet and plenty of chew toys can go a long way toward keeping her mouth healthy? Many pooches show signs of gum disease by the time they’re four years old because they aren’t provided with proper mouth care—and bad breath is often the first sign of a problem. Give your dog regular home checks and …read the full article.

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