Does your dog have shiny, white teeth? If not, a raw diet can help!

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Does your dog have shiny, white teeth? If not, a raw diet can help!

April 14, 2015

Are your dog's teeth shiny white? Most dogs' teeth aren't. In fact, over 70% of dogs and cats will suffer from periodontal disease by the age of two.  Commercial pet foods contain about 40% sugars and carbohydrates which are the main cause of dental disease in dogs. Raw diets help prevent tarter buildup, as the meat contains natural enzymes, and raw diets do not stick to the teeth, unlike diets that are high in starch. Help your fur baby have healthy, pearly whites by feeding them a raw diet! Learn more about healthy teeth here.



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