Tartar In Pets
We all love to see our pets with clean white teeth and we are quick to notice when there breath and teeth start to go off in colour and smell.
So what can we do? We have a couple of options that are well worth considering before you end up at the vet putting your pet under anaesthetic to have their teeth cleaned. Every time you do this you run a risk of other complications. We all know what they are and the more we can minimise risk the better is for both you and your pet.
Everyone talks about diet being part of the cause and recommend feeding raw foods - this includes bones and other things that encourage chewing. What I have always used when available is semi frozen lumps of meat. Different to a bone it will allow the teeth to push in and clean right up to the gums.
In recent years we have been using our Tartar Release remedy. This remedy releases the tartar from the teeth and back up into the gums. It also contains a remedy to reduce tooth decay. This is a fantastic little remedy that is a great help. It has been the easiest and most effective way we have found to clear/ clean our pets teeth of tartar and improve overall oral health.
It is as simple as a drop in their mouth or on the tip of their nose once a day and over the next couple of weeks you will notice a big change. We always recommend a little longer treatment when first starting as this remedy clears right up under into the gums.
With regular use you will be able to keep your pets teeth clean and health for a long time into the future. Saving on the costly and dangerous vet treatments for your beloved pet.
Remedy Ingredients: Ethanol Base, Nosode Decay 30C, Silica 30C, Fluor Calc 30C, Fragaria Vesca 30C.
- Dropper 50ml
- Sprayer 50ml