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3 Terrific Specials for Pet Dental Health Month!


feb_-newsletter-_-pfom_specials-013 Great Frequent Barker Club Specials for Pet Dental Health Month!

20% off Tropiclean Fresh Breath! Good oral care is about more than making your pets’ smiles sparkle — it’s an important component of their overall health! In fact, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats begin to show signs of oral disease by age 3. With Fresh Breath Oral Care Water Additive, your pets can benefit from daily plaque and tartar defense, simply by drinking from their water bowl. Easy to use for both you and your pet — no brushing required!

$2 off Primal Single Raw Bones! Recreational raw bones offer an excellent way for dogs to exercise their jaws, massage their gums and clean their teeth while consuming amino and essential fatty acids that promote good health.

Watch their video, for easy step-by-step directions on how to safely feed bones to your pets.

20% off Kissable toothbrushes & toothpaste! Kissable vanilla-flavored toothpaste is all-natural and is specifically formulated to be safe for dogs (and their people). It contains tea tree oil, which helps fight plaque and is naturally sweetened with stevia. But more importantly, it uses a mild abrasive to clean teeth and disinfect the whole mouth. Use Kissable toothpaste with a Kissable brush for a clean mouth and fresh breath!

Tips on keeping your dog’s teeth clean

  1. Brush at least 3 times per week to get maximum benefit
  2. DO NOT  use human toothpaste unless you have taught your dog to spit! Look on the back of your toothpaste. You will most likely find a statement that it should not be ingested. This is because it contains soap. Soap creates foam, which gives people the perception that the product is cleaning but is not indicative of the cleaning power of a product (it is for marketing purposes: perception is reality). Toothpaste designed specifically for pets does not contain soap; it won’t foam up; and it can be swallowed safely.
  3. Replace the toothbrush when the bristles become frayed or every 3-6 months, as the brush will start to harbor microorganisms.