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Making Dental Care Simple with Tropiclean #SmoochUrPooch


If you’re anything like me, brushing your pet’s teeth is not real high on your to-do list. Don’t get me wrong – I’ll do anything I have to in order to keep my pets healthy. And dental care is super high on that list. But, with three big dogs and two indoor cats and eight feral cats. Brushing everyone’s teeth is equivalent to a suicide mission in this household. And the time it would take to do this? Well, it’s something that would utterly consume my life and stress out my animals.

So, how do we handle dental care in our less than cooperative animals? Simple. Use Tropiclean Fresh Breath Plaque Remover Pet Water Additive.

The water additive from Tropiclean is an easy-to-use, noninvasive solution to in-home dental care. Simply add one tablespoonful (one cap full) to your pet’s water bowl (approximately 16oz) every time you refill it. That’s it. The solution does not effect the taste of your pet’s water, nor will it impact anything beyond decreasing vet bills in the long run.

[note style=”5″ icon=”yes” class=”template-style”]This post is sponsored by TropiClean and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about TropiClean Dental Products, but PetsWeekly only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. TropiClean is not responsible for the content of this article.[/note]

This is an all-natural formula, so you don’t have to worry about what you’re giving your pets. It’s safe for dogs and cats (use their specially designed version for cats called: Tropiclean Fresh Breath Plaque Remover Cat Water Additive).

Now, we’ve talked before about the importance of dental care but it bears repeating. Over 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show signs of periodontal disease by age three if they have not received proper dental care. And this disease can eventually lead to teeth loss (and lots of other serious health problems). In fact, left untreated oral disease can seep into the bloodstream and cause serious health risks to our pets – just as the same thing can happen to us when we don’t take care of ourselves with regular cleanings and brushing.

We’re very fortunate to have an educated audience, so we know you want to understand the science behind this product. We do too. So we asked TropiClean to back up their information and they were good enough to provide links to their clinical trials. We hope you’ll take a look at them, but I wanted to at least include a couple of the simpler takeaways:

Learn more at their website, talking to your veterinarian, or just reading through the data. I think you’ll be very pleased with what you see – especially since all TropiClean products are eco-friendly, all natural and made in the USA.


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