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Senior Dog Dental Health Tips

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Senior Dog Dental Health Tips

How to Clean Your Senior Dog's Teeth Without Anaesthesia  Most senior dogs have some sort of dental disease, however there are challenges to dental cleanings. Often vets or owners are not comfortable with the risk of anesthesia, or are worried removing an infected tooth will release more bacteria into the bloodstream. There are a few alternative options to improve your pet's oral health. Supplements PlaqueOff powder contains kelp (Ascophyllum nodosum) which is absorbed by the body and is clinically proven to reduce tartar and improve oral health. It also includes sulphur which prevents bacteria from sticking to teeth, and zinc which helps to prevent tartar build-up. This product has undergone...

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Supplements for Senior Dogs

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Supplements for Senior Dogs

As dogs age, their bodies need help keeping up with various systems. While each dog is an individual, there are a few categories that every dog will benefit from. Read on for help with keeping your furry friends happy and active longer. Most dogs are considered a senior at age 7 or older. Watch for changes in your dog’s appearance, activity levels, and behaviour to know if it’s time to add in these supplements. You can always give them preventatively too. If you’re unsure, talk to us or your integrative vet. Joints and mobility support Behaviours that may suggest your...

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