Friday, October 30, 2009

February is Pet Dental Health Month

February is Pet Dental Health Month

Newark, DE (PRWEB) January 12, 2006

An estimated 80% of dogs, and 70% of cats, over the age of three years, have periodontal disease - a serious deterioration of the gums and supporting bones of the teeth. Periodontal disease causes bad breath, plaque and tartar build up, and loosening of teeth, which can lead to problems eating. Even worse, periodontal disease contributes to liver, heart, and kidney disease - and can take years off your pets life.

The best way to care for your pet's mouth is to brush his teeth daily - but in reality, even many vets, vet technicians, and groomers don't do this for their own pets. The Oxyfresh Oral Hygiene Solution is tasteless and odorless - and easy to use: just add to the pet's drinking water. Even cats love it! Oxyfresh also has a Pet Gel that can be used when brushing your pet's teeth, or can be smeared directly onto the gums. These products have been sold for over 10 years by vet offices, groomers, and dog trainers who know how well they work, and share this information with their clients. They are also available directly to you, the pet owner.