Pet Dental Health Collection
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February is National Pet Dental Health Month! Pet dental health is often overlooked but is easily just as important as nutrition. This collection contains all of our articles on dental health!
Ask the Expert Series: Dr. Myers, Forever Pet Dental
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In honor of Pet Dental Health Month, we partnered with Dr. Myers from Forever Pet Dental to talk about the importance of maintaining your pet's dental health. From regular at-home care to annual dental cleanings, we cover it all!
Wet Food For Dogs? Absolutely!
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Thought about feeding wet food to your dog but not sure where to start? We are here to help! Find out the truth about wet food and the best way to introduce it into your dog's diet!
How to Pick the Right Dog Chew
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Dogs love to chew - but what's the difference between all the choices? Read this article to find out what's the best (and safest) chew for your dog.
Pet Dental Health: Where to Start?
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Maintaining good dental health is incredibly important for the overall health of our furry friends. Learn about the variety of dental health products that make this task much easier than it used to be! 
Dental Guide for Cats
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If you're able, cleaning your cat's teeth at home will be really good for its long-term health. Check out the tricks and methods we've listed in this article! 
Dental Guide for Dogs
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We know dogs can have bad breath. But what do we know about a dog's dental health from a holistic perspective? There are a few crucial things to know that could not only help improve your dog's breath, but also their general health!
Dental Guide for Small Animals
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Small animals, such as rats, guinea pigs, rabbits, hamsters, gerbils, and mice, all need to take care of their teeth, but they don't require a tiny toothbrush. Read on to find out what they need for tooth health.