Neglecting this ONE thing could be harming your dog…
What would your life be like if you never brushed your teeth again? Can you imagine the perpetual morning breath and horrible taste? Poor dental hygiene is known to adversely affect overall health, and can even lead to serious medical conditions.
Your dog has teeth, and morning breath, and no opposable thumbs to operate a toothbrush. He’s stuck with morning breath every day.
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Maybe you’ve tried to brush your dog’s teeth and swore never again. Brushing can be traumatic for some dogs, and isn’t a pleasant chore when you have to contend with a wriggling dog and up-close confrontations with bad puppy breath. Even the most well-meaning pup parents often put off this chore until it can be avoided no longer. But neglecting your dog’s dental hygiene could be harming him. Your dog’s bad breath could be a sign of a very serious health problem.
Let that sink in for a minute…. your dog probably has some form of dental disease, unless you’re regularly caring for his oral hygiene. Bacteria, tartar and plaque in your dog’s mouth is a serious threat to his health.
The American Veterinary Dental College says, “…periodontal disease is usually under-treated, and may cause multiple problems in the oral cavity and may be associated with damage to internal organs in some patients as they age.”
“Your dog’s bad breath could be killing him.”
Sound sensational? It’s true. Ask your vet, or your (human) dentist and they’ll tell you how important oral health is. Many medical conditions can be traced back to a single origin- the mouth. These seemingly harmless infections can grow and travel to other areas of the body if not properly treated. Sepsis (system-wide infection), paralysis, and even death can result from oral infections.
Gum disease is the #1 illness affecting our pets. It’s time to make a change.
You may be thinking, “If my dog needed his teeth brushed to stay healthy, he’d be able to do it himself.”
In the wild, dogs CAN care for their teeth on their own by chewing bones, eating raw meat, and gnawing other non-food substances to remove plaque and tartar from teeth. But your dog probably doesn’t kill and eat his meals in your home. Even if you’re feeding him a raw, species-appropriate diet, you dog is not doing the manual work of tearing and chewing his meals, which helps clean his teeth. The act of catching and eating a wild animal serves as a toothbrush for the wild dog.
Plus, most dogs also get a few “people foods” even if it’s just a taste, filled with sugars and other things your dog wouldn’t normally eat on his own. He may also eat prepared dog kibble or wet foods that often contain sugars, carbohydrates, preservatives, and other substances that encourage bacterial growth and plaque buildup.
Tartar and Plaque Matter When it Comes to Your Dog’s Health
Tartar and plaque develop naturally, but the problem occurs when these sticky, hard substances are not removed and form a barrier along your dog’s gumline. This buildup then serves as a hiding place for bits of food, which continue to grow and harbor bacteria in your dog’s mouth. This bacteria causes “puppy breath” and can spread to your dog’s gums if not treated promptly. Periodontal Disease, or an oral infection, causes the gums to recede away from the teeth, leaving the enamel and root of the tooth exposed. More and more bacteria move into this new space, creating even more of a problem and leading to a vicious, painful cycle that requires medical intervention to correct.
Periodontal Disease is a painful condition. It causes irritation, itching, abscesses, infection, loose teeth, damage to enamel, and bone loss. These conditions can lead to heart disease, kidney failure, liver disease, tooth decay and loss, and even death.
We’ve long known that there is a strong link between gum disease and heart disease in humans, and studies show the same is true for dogs. These types of infections can easily enter your dog’s bloodstream and travel to other areas of the body, like the heart, liver, and spine.
As pet parents, we’re not helpless in stopping gum disease and its serious potential complications in our dogs. What can you do?
Remove the plaque.
Pet parents who take dental care seriously schedule routine dental cleanings for their fur babies to help prevent tartar buildup and infections. And while dental cleanings are necessary, they’re also not to be taken lightly. Professional doggie dental cleanings can cost between $200 and $600 and require the dog to be sedated with anesthesia for the procedure. Some dog breeds, like Pugs, are known to have frequent problems with anesthesia and any dog can develop a reaction even if he has previously done fine with being put under. It’s a continual risk to keep your dog’s mouth healthy with professional cleanings alone. That’s why we’ve developed a product to help you visit the doggie dentist less often by taking care of your dog’s dental hygiene at home.
There’s an easier, safer solution.
You can clean your dog’s teeth at home, everyday. And while brushing is still an essential part of taking care of you dog’s mouth, you don’t need to fight him to brush everyday. There’s an easier solution that everyone will love- TruDog’s SPRAY ME doggie dental spray.
This all natural dental spray binds with your dog’s saliva and helps remove plaque- without brushing. SPRAY ME bonds with your dog’s saliva, cleaning all the cracks and crevices where bacteria hide, without fighting to brush every inch of your dog’s teeth.
It also freshens up that awful puppy breath by naturally ridding your dog’s mouth of odor causing bacteria, which is great for when he decides to eat something less-than-palatable, like cat box treasures, his own feeces, or something dead he found in the yard. SPRAY ME keeps your dog healthy by:
- controlling tartar
- freshening bad breath
- leaving gums healthy
- and boosting your dog’s immune system with natural ingredients
And the best part is your dog will love SPRAY ME. It’s pleasant taste won’t leave your dog balking at his daily dental care. He may not volunteer for his dental care, but he certainly won’t treat it like a dreaded B-A-T-H or a trip to the V-E-T.
What’s in SPRAY ME?
- Grape Seed Extract (only grape SKINS are toxic, grape seeds are safe an excellent source of antioxidants)
- Grapefruit Seed Extract
- Peppermint Oil
- Rosemary Oil
- Thyme Oil
- Neem Oil
Safe, effective, natural, and veterinarian approved; SPRAY ME is the perfect product to help keep your dog or puppy healthy. Plus, we offer a money-back guarantee. If you don’t like it, you can return it- no questions asked. We’re sure you’ll love SPRAY ME and will rely on this proprietary product to provide a happy, healthy long life for your fur babies. It’s gentle enough to use on puppies, and even safe enough for the family cat if you’re brave enough to defy her “go away” gaze.