Clean dog teeth should be a natural occurrence so why is there so much dog teeth cleaning going on? Tips for naturally clean teefies and preventing side effects of scaling are what's up in this weeks Dog Talk Tuesday.
My sweetheart Bonz (Bobo) shortly after I began my holistic approach to dog health
The only picture I have of teeth is this one of Bonz taken some months after a diet change. He was ten years old here and his teeth had improved dramatically.
So what's the secret? Watch today's Dog Talk Tuesday.
And if your dog really does need his teeth cleaned, learn how to prevent side effects without harming the microbiome.
After I said something in the video, I realized it wasn't so. That bugged me so I have to make it right. After going back and thinking of all my dogs in the past 44 years, none had their teeth cleaned.
Now that you've watched the video you can tell me:
If you are sure a dog teeth cleaning session is in order for your much loved dog, now what?
Since dog teeth cleaning can cause a bacterial overload by dislodging it to travel through the body by either swallowing it during teeth cleaning or it might travel through the inflamed gum tissue, how can we prevent that?
While antibiotics will kill that bacteria, they also do their own type of damage. (See antibiotic side effects)
I mentioned Silver Shield in the video because it's perfect for this. In my humble opinion, this patented one-of-a-kind liquid is a must to have around and this is just another great use for it. You can get it through me if you'd like me to give you the perfect dose for your dog along with how and when to give it.
If you're new to NSP simply use the free signup form at checkout to get the same discount I do. Here's a direct link to Silver Shield.
The other bonuses to Silver Shield aside from being antibacterial are being both antiviral and anti-inflammatory. Cool huh?
May you cut the carbs from your dog's diet (:
See you next week.