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It's never too late to start an oral care routine.

Oral care isn't just about white teeth, it's about keeping your dog's teeth and gums healthy. Without an effective oral care routine, your dog is at risk for gum disease. Studies indicate that the bacteria associated with gum disease may also impact heart, kidney, and liver health.

Up to 80% Tartar Buildup Reduction
1 Feed one DentaStix® a day. They taste great and their patented X-shape design helps clean down to the gum line.
2 Brush your dog's teeth regularly and check your dog's mouth for signs of gum disease—like bad breath—or red, swollen gums. Notify your vet if you notice these symptoms.
3 Take your dog to the vet on a regular basis—this is imperative for your dog's oral health. Your vet will look for signs of gum disease, provide treatments, and recommend ways to help manage or prevent oral disease.
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