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Clean Dog Teeth TropiClean Giveaway #SmoochUrPooch

Last updated on December 17, 2014

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Long time Fidose of Reality readers know we are head over heels about proper dental care for dogs. Healthy dog teeth means a healthy heart and a healthy heart is what all dog moms and dads want. I’m the dog mom who gives treats and toys but also products of good health to family, friends, and of course, in my dog’s stocking, for the holidays.

Say cheese, smile, and you may recall:

Four Ways to Keep Your Dogs’ Teeth Clean

Help for Smelly Dog Mouth

and our personal favorite: The Mystery of the Dog Mouth

We’ve dished all about the TropiClean line of products because dental care is THAT important in the life of a a dog. In nearly 15 years, my previous Cocker Spaniel never required a professional dental cleaning under anesthesia. I, along with my our family’s veterinarian, believes that daily dental care is the reason. For many folks, trying to get a dog to accept and like teeth brushing is akin to, well, pulling teeth.

I am not a veterinarian but I do know what happens if you don’t take care of your dog’s teeth: Really nasty things that accumulate on the surface of the teeth and even scarier, at the gumline, can seep into your dog’s bloodstream, travel to the dog’s heart, and then bigger problems happen.

 

Our best weapon of defense against tooth decay and periodontal disease in dogs is preventative care. A few options from TropiClean include:

dog boneClean Teeth Gel

To kill  germs that cause bad breath, plaque and gingivitis without harmful ingredients. Dogs can’t spit, after all – so no rinsing required.

Dental Chews

Help reduce plaque and tartar while keeping your dog busy and satisfied with a treat.

or

Water Additive

Fill water bowl, add water additive to promote healthy gums and eliminate bad breath for up to 12 hours.

In the spirit of giving, we’ve joined up with several other pet bloggers to give away 10 (ten) TropiClean Starter Kits featuring the water additive, dental chews, and clean

Dexter teeth
Dexter’s canines are canine sparkly white!

teeth gel, valued at approximately $50.  Want to enter and give the gift of good health to your dog?

Deets:

Giveaway closes on 12/14/14 at 11:59 pm EST.
Open to U.S. residents 18+ years or older only.
One winner per household.
Void where prohibited.
No purchase necessary.
Winners will be notified on or around 12/15 and have 24 hours to respond before prize is forfeited.

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Comments

  1. Devri King says

    I will admit – I’m not as good about keeping their teeth clean. I do have the vet check them every time we go to the vet, which is every 3 weeks. I know that isn’t good enough. If I win, I promise to do better!

  2. Linda Szymoniak says

    With five rescued Treeing Walker Coonhounds who really don’t like getting their teeth brushed, I do brush them as often as I can. I also give them dental treats and rawhides most days. I do need to take two of them in for dentals as soon as I get the funds together for that.

  3. Patty says

    I have a dog that has bad teeth. Last year she had anesthesia to have them cleaned and four pulled. It was expensive and now just one year later they look bad again. Would love to try this product!
    Thanks

  4. Rebecca says

    I try to about twice a week, but it usually ends up only being once a week! After growing up with a dog with bad teeth, I want to make sure my dogs don’t end up the same way!

  5. Ashley Nastase says

    I honestly don’t do much to keep their teeth healthy and I’ve been telling myself to start a regimen while my two pits are still young and healthy.

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