Broken Teeth Can Occur As Early As Puppy-hood And Need To Be Fixed FAST!
Broken teeth are a common – and preventable – occurrence in many dogs. The #1 cause: Bones! By as early as one year of age, a puppy’s natural curiosity and tendency to chew can develop into habits that result in painful, life-long damage to their teeth. Without proper care, a broken tooth can lead to organ damage including the kidneys, liver, and heart.
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Is Bad Breath Killing Your Best Friend?
Do you want the secret to have your best friend at your side longer? It has to do with that bad breath…Dr. Petersen has a FREE Special Report: Warning: Bad Breath is Killing Your Best Friend.
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