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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Have you kissed your pet lately?


 





Did you get a good whiff?
If you enjoy a kiss or two from your pet on a regular basis, you should make sure his/her mouth is taken care of well.  The bacteria that lurk in a pet’s mouth may be the cause of bad breath and much more!  If we don’t brush our teeth daily to remove the plaque, harmful bacteria can build up under the gum line destroying the bone that surrounds our teeth.  Our four legged friends cannot brush their own teeth!  If we don’t help them with their oral health care, the bacteria cannot only destroy the bone, but enter the bloodstream and lead to more serious conditions such as heart, liver or kidney disease.