Pets with Bad Breath
SUMMARY: According to the 2009/2010 National Pet Owners Survey, 62% of all U.S. households own a pet. That is about 71.4 million homes. The majority of these pets are dogs, closely followed by cats.
Posted: November 29, 2010
According to the 2009/2010 National Pet Owners Survey, 62% of all U.S. households own a pet. That is about 71.4 million homes. The majority of these pets are dogs, closely followed by cats.
But these four-legged creatures are often much more than just a pet, they are truly members of the household and family. Many of us care for these pets as if they are our own children. We take them to the vet and groomers regularly, and spend hundreds of dollars a year on pet care.
While we give them treats (such as raw-hides) to chew on, our pets may still have dental problems and bad breath. Did you know that periodontal disease is the #1 disease in dogs and cats? Bad breath is one major sign that your pet may be suffering from this. So rather than spend large amounts of money on non-anesthetic cleanings or risk the more evasive anesthetic cleanings on your pet, try treating it naturally and effectively with Dr. Katz for Dogs + Cats Oral Solution.
It s simple to use, simply put two capfuls in your pet s water. For more direct use for dogs, put the solution into a spray or squeeze bottle and apply it directly to Spot s teeth, gums and tongue. This formula is completely safe for your little Fido or FiFi and was developed with international veterinarians. Even smaller cats and dogs can use this oral pet solution safely.
Want to try a free sample? Simply go to: https://www.therabreath.com/pet/ and fill out the form and be on your way to getting kisses from your furry friend without hating that awful breath!