Is it all hype or does it really can help relieve bad pet breath and help prevent against gum disease? Guest blogger and pet enthusiast, Kyle Holgate, weighs in with his own experience …
One of the most often overlooked part of pet care is taking care of a pet’s oral health. It’s critical to take steps to help your pet maintain proper oral health. 70% of cats and 80% of dogs will have periodontal disease by the age of 3. Periodontal disease is extremely painful and very expensive to treat. Not only that but it can spread to your pet’s vital organs and cause damage, taking years off of their life.
“Many more veterinarians are offering dental cleaning services than in the past, and things can get pricey quickly. Dogs must be sedated in order to properly clean and polish their teeth, plus you may need X-rays as well. This can run anywhere from $500 to thousands of dollars!”
Check out Woof Whisker’s blog on how easy it can be to keep your pet’s teeth clean and breath smelling fresh with Oxyfresh. It goes in depth on how Oxyfresh works and how the doggies don’t even notice it’s there. Proper oral care doesn’t have to be complicated.