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Don’t Forget About Dental Health

February is Pet Dental Health Month and it’s one aspect of care many pet parents tend to overlook. Healthy teeth and gums are just as important for your dog as they are for you! While a dog’s tolerance for “brushing” may vary, it’s a good habit to get into early on.

petsmileSimilar to humans, plaque on a dog’s teeth can lead to bad breath, tartar buildup, and bleeding gums. This can be detrimental to the overall health of your dog.

When Supersmile’s founder Dr. Irwin Smigel the “Father of Aesthetic Dentistry” decided to launch Petsmile his idea was simple: cats and dogs need healthy teeth and gums, just like people. Petsmile is the first and only Veterinary Oral Health Council accepted toothpaste with Calprox.

With toothpaste flavors like london broil and rotisserie chicken, how can a dog resist?

Get 20% off your order at Petsmile by using the code DOGLIVING20.

Petsmile has created a free guide to dental care you can download HERE.