This week we have been looking at natural ways to clean your dogs teeth.
Strawberries:- Is there anything they can’t do? Along with blueberries, strawberries are a nutritional powerhouse for both you and your dog. Like their blue cousins, strawberries are full of antioxidants. They also boast high fiber and a lot of vitamin C. Here’s a bonus: Strawberries even contain an enzyme that can help whiten your dog’s teeth. Keep a bag of frozen strawberries in your freezer to make smoothies for yourself, and you’ll also have a crunchy snack on hand for man’s best friend. Just don’t feed unlimited amounts, because even though the sugar in strawberries is natural sugar, too much can be bad news.
Dried Fish treats - not just enjoyable for your dog but have lots of health benefits 🐾🐶🐟🐠 They’re delicious and healthy, providing a natural source of omega 3 & 6 fatty acids, selenium, antioxidants, and vitamins D3 and E to help keep your dog’s skin, coat, joints, eyes and brain in great condition. They’re also a great choice for dogs with gluten intolerance or allergies, as they’re wheat, soya and gluten-free. These chews are great dental dog treats, as they clean your dog’s teeth naturally as they chew, helping to remove plaque and tartar. Suitable for dogs 4 months old and over.
Raw Bones:- Raw dog food has many benefits, including keeping dog's teeth and gums healthy. Over time, plaque builds up on dogs teeth, caused by bacteria from food and saliva, which then hardens to become tartar. Similar to humans, if this is not treated it can cause dental problems such as gum disease, which can lead to tooth loss and even loss of jaw bone. To keep teeth and gums healthy in the wild dogs would gnaw on the bones of their prey, a practice which chewing on our raw bones simulates. While you still have to get them checked, it can be helpful for dogs who are prone to gum disease.
For delivery this week please have your web orders in before 10am tomorrow. 🐾🐶