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Very often, pets are like members of the family! You love your dog, therefore you want them to stay happy and healthy. You always want the best for your furry family members. You may buy your dog the best food around, make sure their are groomed to the nines, take them to their yearly health appointments… but are you paying attention to their dental hygiene care as well?
Whether your dog is a companion, guard dog, or playmate, dental care should always be a priority! Milk-Bone has created a new way to transform at-home dental care for dogs. In other words, now your dog can brush their teeth all on their own – just like you!
I was shocked to learn that more than 80 percent of dogs develop periodontal disease by 3 years of age, according to the American Veterinary Dental Society. No teeth = no tug-of-war. I don’t even want to think of how heartbroken my son would be if his playmate could now longer engage in their games of tug-of-war!
This is exactly why I was happy to learn about the new Milk-Bone® Brushing Chews ™! Now our little furry friends can have a daily oral care routine as easy as our own. Let’s face it, even using bacon flavored toothpaste, brushing your dogs teeth manually can be a pain. Essentially, with Milk-Bone® Brushing Chews™, now your dog can brush its own teeth!
When fed daily, Milk-Bone® Brushing Chews™ are clinically proven to be as effective as brushing a dog’s teeth twice per week based on reduction of tartar build-up and bad breath. The chews comes in two sizes. There is mini for dogs who are 5-24 pounds, and small/medium for dogs who are 25-74 pounds.
Milk-Bone® Brushing ChewsTM feature a specially designed 75 degree twist, as seen above, that helps the brushing nubs reach down to the gum line. I love that this helps to clean those hard-to-reach back teeth. Every furry family member needs all their teeth intact… and strong too! My son wouldn’t be too happy if he lost his tugging buddy.