Fresh Breath For All!

Fresh Breath For All!

Along with brushing your dog's teeth, giving them good things to chew on is another way to support good dental health, and, in turn, fresh breath. A good chew can help scrape away plaque and dirt, and most dogs are happy to get chewing. Natural choices includeuntreated rawhide or a knucklebone. Never give harder items, such as hooves or bones from steak, rib or ham shank as these can fracture teeth.


Some dogs won't chew on these natural choices, but enjoy artificial bones or chew toys. Always choose rubber or nylon toys with a rough or bumpy surface, large enough so that it won't present a choking hazard. A chew toy should be flexible, not rock hard.


Dogs love to eat, and crunchy food and chew treats can help with your overall efforts. While these items won't replace the need to brush, they can help reduce unwanted build up.


Granville Island Pet Treatery’s ‘’Gasp!!My Breath Is Stinky!’’ Nutra Bites go a step further than traditional treats with a powerful anti-microbial action, that freshens breath & supports digestive health, the root cause of halitosis.  With flax seeds, olive oil, peppermint and parsley, these herb based supplements have the support of science to create efficacy.


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