Archive for February 13, 2012
Wally is a real ‘killer’. He shakes his toys to death when he’s playing!
Check out that spittle flying everywhere… EWW!!
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), it’s estimated that by the age of two, 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats have some form of periodontal disease. Periodontal infections have been linked to diabetes, heart attacks, strokes, kidney disease and other life threatening disorders.
Pet owners can change that by brushing their pet’s teeth daily, providing regular veterinary care and offering dental chews to help reduce plaque and tartar.
Since we switched back to kibble from a raw diet, I’ve noticed that the dogs have an odor to their breath. It’s not a strong odor, but it’s definitely that “doggie breath” smell. I’ve also noticed some plaque build-up. I’ve been looking into ways to freshen their breath, so when VetDepot.com asked me to review CET Dental Chews, I was really excited!
CET Dental Chews are an enzymatic oral hygiene chew for dogs. They have a natural antiseptic plus an abrasive texture that works with the dogs chewing action to reduce plaque and loosen tartar. Given daily, they claim to keep breath fresh and teeth clean.
CET Dental Chews contain: Beefhide, dextrose, poultry digest, hydrolysed vegetable protein, primary dried yeast, potassium sorbate, glucose oxidase (Aspergillus niger), dried whey protein concentrate
One lucky reader will get the
chance to try CET Dental Chews with us!
The prize in this giveaway is
one 30-count package of CET Petite Chews for Dogs!