Story at-a-glance (Pet Oral & Dental Health by Dr. Becker)
- About 80 percent of dogs over the age of 3 have oral disease, typically gum disease
- Plaque and tartar left on your dog’s teeth can lead to gum disease, and gum disease has been linked to heart disease in dogs
- To help prevent oral disease in your dog, feed a species-appropriate diet and offer recreational bones or dental chews, and brush your dog’s teeth every day
- It’s also important to take your dog for regular oral exams with your veterinarian
- With appropriate home care, some dogs will never need a professional tooth cleaning, while other dogs require regular cleanings despite excellent home care
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Here at End of the Leash we offer many excellent options to help keep your dog or kitty's teeth healthy and clean!
- Check out our Frozen Friday SALES for the most species appropriate diets and raw bones!
- Talk to one of our staff members regarding dental treats, chews, and enzymatic dental products
- We offer a variety of chewing options such as antlers, raw bones, and dental toys such as Benebone
- Don't forget--Ark Naturals Brushless toothpaste is on sale this month! Click here for the details!
Decorate Doggie Valentine Cookies THIS Sunday!
Want to make a sweet treat for your furry Valentine?
Join us in our Mukwonago store along with Aunt Jennie’s Barkery THIS Sunday, February 11th to decorate your canine Valentine some treats!
Bring your imagination to personalize 2 pre-baked heart cookies for your precious pooch with white, pink or red cream cheese frosting.
- Where: Our Mukwonago store at 325 Bay View Road
- When: Sunday, February 11, 2018 from 11 am – 1 pm
- How Much: $5
Please give us a call at 262-363-3338 to reserve your spot!
HAWS Pets of the Week
To learn more about how to adopt through HAWS, please visit their adoption page. You may also give them a call at 262.542.8851.
Looking for that one true love! Meet Buddy the 4-year-old American Bulldog. He will need to be the only pet in the house. He's a big boy and once he becomes familiar with you, he will make a great best friend.
Albert Einstein is a 2-year-old Lionhead. He is not a huge fan about being lifted, but will cuddle if you sit on the floor. His wild hair will need brushing. Come meet this bunny "relativity" soon!
Thanks for stopping by--hope to see you soon!
Your Friends at End of the Leash
Please remember that us folks at End of the Leash are not veterinarians and no information on our website is intended to replace the indispensable and professional advice of your veterinarian.