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Baggins' Bites: Your Dog's Teeth
February 21, 2012
Hey Dog Lover,

Cupid, hearts and healthy teeth? Yep, it turns out February is dog dental health month.

Which is fitting when you think about it since dental health plays such an important role in overall health.

Take a look at your pet’s teeth.

Are they brown or yellow? Can his doggie breath knock you out? These are signs dental care is in order.

Your pet can’t brush his own teeth so it’s up to you. Left untreated, your dog could develop gingivitis and periodontal disease which results in bleeding, painful gums.

In addition to daily brushing daily brushing, you can help keep your pet’s teeth and gums in good shape by giving your pet a daily dose of Vitamin C.


Dr. Andrew Jones says you can give your pet 100 mg a day/10 lbs. daily.


Here's how to brush your dog's teeth.

Yours in Treats and Health,

Jen & Sammy

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