Pet Dental Health Survey

Good oral health is very important for general health and wellbeing. Optimal dental health relies on a balanced oral and gut microbiome as well as physical teeth cleaning achieved through chewing and/or brushing. When carnivorous jaws shear and tear at appropriate raw meaty bones, chews and chunks of meat, teeth and gums are kept clean and healthy.

Regular dental checks are helpful in monitoring dental health. If your pet hasn’t had a dental check in the last 6-12 months, we’d recommend getting their teeth checked by your primary veterinarian. It is important to understand your pet’s dental health status as it will determine what your pet can and cannot safely consume.

There are a number of ways in which we can help improve a pet’s dental health. It all depends on their current dental health status, gut health and overall health as to what the best options would be for them. We can consider things such as chewing on appropriate raw meaty bones and chews, supplements such as kelp and teeth brushing.

Let us know which area you would like some assistance with and we will send you through some information to you.

Should you wish to discuss things with us further, please feel free to email us at or talk to one of our knowledgeable staff members in-store or online.


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