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Brushing Your Dogs or Cats Teeth May Add Years to Their Lives

Amazingly, performing routine dental care could add 2-3 years to your dog or cats life. Plaque bacteria are constantly growing in your pet's mouth. If not removed, over time, these plaque bacteria can turn ugly, producing toxins and invading your pet's gums.

Once plaque bacteria invade gums they cause inflammation and swelling. The plaque bacteria can also enter blood vessels in gums damaged by this inflammation.

Once they have gained access to the bloodstream, the bacteria can infect vital internal organs like the kidney and liver, leading to premature death.

A regular dental routine (brushing and inspecting your pet's teeth) keeps these bacteria in check so that they do not invade gum tissue and gain access to your pet' bloodstream.

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