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Cherishmypets: Good dog or cat dental health without spending a fortune, anesthesia, no toothbrush-part 2

And why shouldn’t he? Look at it from your dog’s point of view. The act of brushing his teeth is as un-natural as trying to get him to eat his dinner with a fork.

Then you have even less luck with your finicky cat. If she refuses to eat most of the gourmet meals you try to serve her, what chance do you have of cramming a bristly tooth brush, oozing with nasty, gooey, sticky toothpaste, into her mouth?

This was the situation that inspired the first steps of my journey. You see, good dog dental /cat dental health and oral hygiene is critically important for today’s domesticated dogs and cats. You might even say it’s a matter of life or death.

But scrubbing away harmful bacteria and disease causing plaque and tartar with a tooth brush is… well, ridiculously difficult if not impossible. And taking your dog or cat in for professional teeth cleaning can easily cost up to $300.00 or more. Then there's that whole problem of anesthetic shock ... from which many dogs and cats don't return.

Here's the root of the problem

Thousands of years ago, before dogs and cats decided to befriend us humans, a typical diet consisted of about 65% protein, 30% fat, and 5% teeth-cleaning byproducts such as bone and cartilage.

Back then, eating was a vigorous activity that included thorough, automatic teeth cleaning as part of the process. Wolves for example, from which today’s dogs evolved, posses a bone-crushing bite force of up to 1500 pounds per square inch. So eating and brushing went hand in hand. Nature's own dog dental program.

But today’s commercial dog and cat food industry serves up the exact opposite menu, leaving the natural process of teeth cleaning back in the evolutionary past.

Go ahead, look at your dog or cat’s teeth. Do you see the warning signs of gum disease – bad breath, red and swollen gums, a coating of yellow-brown tartar around the gum line? You’re looking at periodontal (gum) disease, the number one diagnosed dog dental and/or cat dental problem in America!

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, at three years of age, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of oral disease. If left untreated, teeth and gums may become infected, creating bacteria which can spread into the blood stream and infect other parts of the body.

"Oral disease is the most frequently diagnosed health problem for pets," says Dr. Henry Childers, DVM, president of the AVMA. "Just as the public has come to realize that their own oral health is linked to their overall health, veterinarians want people to understand that dental health care is essential to maintaining the overall health and well-being of the family pet."

Read How Dangerous Periodontal Inflammation and infection is in Part 3:
Good dog or cat dental health without spending a fortune, anesthesia, no toothbrush-part 3

Written by Gary Le Mon, Herbalist, Creator of DentaSure
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