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Caring for the Teeth of Your Dog What to Know

Veterinary surgical procedures

You likely have your own special morning routine. Brushing your teeth is one of the most important parts of anyone’s day. However, it is hard to know how healthy your dog’s teeth are. Over 46 million houses contain dogs which show how loved these animals are. Of course, these animals can’t directly communicate any teeth problems. Therefore, owners are encouraged to regularly monitor the dental health of their pet to help avoid pet surgery. In this post, you will learn how to ensure your dog’s teeth are in great shape.

  • Choose the Right Chewable Treats: If your dog seems to always be chewing on a treat, that isn’t a bad thing. A dog spending time on chewing a rawhide is helping their teeth. A treat, like a rawhide, can scrape collected plague off of a dog’s teeth w Continue Reading
  • The Case for Offering Pet Insurance for Your Employees

    How pet insurance works

    Americans are well known for loving their pets. We spend $20.4 billion every year on pet food, $12.56 billion on pet supplies and over the counter medications and $13.59 billion on vet care. There are more cats in the Unites States than in any other country. We have about 76.43 million of them. About 46% of all American homes have at least one dog. We clearly love our animals. For many of us, the idea of how pet insurance works remains a mystery. That is too bad because vet bills can be very expensive.

    Now some people are suggesting employers offer pet health insurance plans for their employees. HR Diveandnbsp;took a look at the question and spoke to the CEO and cofounder of Healthy Continue Reading

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