Your dog doesn’t care about bad breath, but you do.
Many dogs hate having their teeth brushed. Bluestem has created a vanilla mint water additive for a simple and effective method of oral care.
The vanilla mint flavor freshens your pet’s breath – fast.
According to the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, 80 percent of dogs will show signs of periodontal disease including, red and swollen gums, bad breath, pain, and tooth loss. Small and mid-sized dog breeds are especially susceptible.
If left untreated, periodontal disease progresses to plaque buildup, gum recession, loosened teeth, bad breath, inflammation and bleeding of the gums, and eventually loss of teeth, oral infections, and even poor overall health.
Bad breath is usually the first telltale sign that your dog has underlying oral health issues. As a pet owner, it is important to do more than just focus on your dog’s bad breath. An oral health care regime is important for long-term health.
There are a number of things that you can do to ensure good oral health for your pet. An easy to follow oral care routine can reduce the likelihood of periodontal disease, discomfort for your dog and costly teeth cleaning visits to the vet, which often require general anesthetic.
Just add 2 capfuls (20 mililiters) to 600 mililiters of your pet’s drinking water. Use daily for best results. Lasts approximately 30 days for an average sized dog.
Ingredients: Trisodium citrate, Citric acid, Disodium EDTA, Potassium benzoate, and Zinc chloride.
17 ounce (500 mililiter) liquid
Not for use in cats.
Freshen your pet’s breath – studies show an 82 percent reduction in bad breath within 2 weeks
Simple to use, just add to your pet’s drinking water
Clinically proven safe and effective: Daily use will treat bad breath and reduce plaque and tartar
Contains coactiv+TM technology – a unique formulation scientifically developed to break down biofilm, where harmful bacteria multiply
Made in Canada of food-grade ingredients – Alcohol-free, Xylitol-free, Chlorhexidine-free, No added sweetener