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Healthy Gums for Canine Periodontal Health

…every dog owner needs to be aware of once a canine reaches age 2 to 3. Multiple factors determine oral health status and these will become more critical as your pet ages. In particular, consider the type of diet your pet eats (including treats) and anything else your pet chews. Early and advanced stages of gingivitis are both reversible. The bacteria in the mouth (which builds up between the teeth and gums) will cause bad breath and this…

$41.95

Cancer Support Kit - Dogs

dog’s skin, you should have your vet check it out. Breast cancers are also common in dogs, and are generally more dangerous. About half of breast tumors are malignant. If you have had your female dog spayed at 6 – 12 months of age, breast cancer is less likely to develop in her lifetime. Mouth cancer is quite common in dogs (more so than in cats). Telltale signs include unusually bad breath, bleeding or swelling in your dog’s

$58.95

SPARK - Daily Nutritional Supplement

…weaned), and breeds. Cats or dogs that are hyperthyroid should not take this supplement. If your pet has a kidney condition please give the suggested dosage only, as it should be used in caution. Some pet owners want to know when they will see a difference and of course, every pet is unique. Some common testimonials I hear about are: More energy, good joint mobility, improvement of a health condition, better breath, normal shedding, good recovery…

$22.95

Cancer Support Kit - Large Dogs

dog’s skin, you should have your vet check it out. Breast cancers are also common in dogs, and are generally more dangerous. About half of breast tumors are malignant. If you have had your female dog spayed at 6 – 12 months of age, breast cancer is less likely to develop in her lifetime. Mouth cancer is quite common in dogs (more so than in cats). Telltale signs include unusually bad breath, bleeding or swelling in your dog’s

$116.90

Milk Thistle for Cat Liver Disease

…supplement, well-known for helping with liver disease in cats, dogs and humans alike. The active components in Milk Thistle are called silymarins. These constituents: * Help protect against free radical damage * Aid in stabilizing liver membranes * Help support liver recovery * Guard against toxins binding to the liver Milk Thistle also supports the production of new liver cells in felines, helping to replace the damaged cells. As anti-oxidants,…

$36.95
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