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  • DENTADISH - TEETH CLEANING, SLOW FEEDING DOG BOWL

    by: R2P Group Inc

    …Reduces Air Intake, Improves Digestion and Prevents Bloat* BPA and Phthalate Free* Non-Skid Bottom* Dishwasher Safe Available in Two Sizes: Small: Max capacity: 2 cups of dry food; Recommended for dogs under 40 lbs. Large: Max capacity: 4 cups of dry food; Recommended for dogs over 40 lbs.

    Description

    Control your pup’s stinky breath and dental issues by simply changing your dog’s bowl. The DentaDish Teeth Cleaning, Slow Feeding Dog Bowl is clinically proven to reduce the formation of plaque, tartar and gingivitis all which can lead to bad breath. This highly effective slow feeder will reduce excess air intake, improve digestion and prevent bloat. The DentaDish is designed with measurement line so you can quickly and accurately measure the appropriate amount of food. The non-skid bottom keeps the dish in place and prevents spills and is also dishwasher-safe. DentaDish is made with food-safe materials and is both BPA and Phthalate free. This no-fuss dish is a must have addition for any pup experiencing dental issues.

    $10.79 - $14.39

    Ships FREE with orders of $49+

  • Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets DH Dental Health Canine Formula Dry Dog Food

    by: Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets

    …can be accomplished by designing a kibble that is both large enough to promote increased chewing time and that has a special texture to allow the tooth to penetrate deep into the kibble before it breaks. Greater tooth penetration extends contact time with the kibble for an excellent cleaning effect.

    Description

    Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets DH Dental Health¬ Canine Formula may be prescribed for dogs with the following conditions: Adult and senior dogs to help reduce the accumulation of plaque and tartar, and Adult and senior dogs for everyday maintenance

    Is your pet experiencing
    * Bad breath
    * Loss of appetite
    * Red, swollen and bleeding gums
    * Drooling
    * Blood in the saliva
    * Yellow-brown tartar at the gum line
    * Broken teeth
    * Dark spots on molars
    * Raised sores in mouth

    If so, they may be suffering from dental problems.
    The most common dental problem pets' experience is buildup from plaque and calculus. If left unchecked, plaque and calculus buildup can eventually cause inflammation of both the gums (gingivitis) and the membrane lining of the tooth socket (periodontitis). Without proper treatment, the teeth may become infected and fall out and the resulting infection may spread to other parts of the body such as the kidneys or valves of the heart.

    $59.99

    Ships FREE with orders of $49+

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