Friday, February 23, 2007

February - National Dental Health Month

February is national pet dental health month. Did you know that poor dental health can lead to other health problems including kidney, lung, heart and liver issues? Did you know that your pet's dental health is closely related to diet? Many holistic vets state that commercial pet foods lead to poor dental health in our pets. They also state that dry kibble does not actually clean our pets' teeth any more than pretzels clean human's teeth.

Learn more about myths like that and how to feed a healthy diet, leading to good dental health, with an e-[Russell Louie]Book on Optimum nutrition for dogs and cats by [Russell Louie] Optimum Choices, one of our wonderful sponsors of the radio show. A table stating [Russell Louie] other common holistic myths is on their home page: To learn more [Russell Louie] details about their e-Books and ordering information go to: When you order, please put "Joy Turner sent me" in the Special Instructions box of the [Russell Louie] shopping cart.

Or you can choose one of the options below to get a FREE copy:

Purchase 3 bottles of BioPreparation and get [Russell Louie] the e-Book: Optimum nutrition for dogs and cats FREE.
Purchase 3 bags of ActiveCare Healthy Joint Treats and get [Russell Louie] the e-Book: Optimum nutrition for dogs and cats FREE.

You must mention "February Sale" in your phone order, e-mail or shopping cart (in the Special Instructions box). The e-Book will not show up in your shopping cart but will be e-mailed when we process your order. Sale good thru midnight MST, February 28, 2007. [Russell Louie] Say, "Joy Turner sent me" and this sale is extended until March 15.

“More than 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats show signs of oral disease by the time they’re three years old. This can lead to serious health problems,” explained Dr. Brook Niemiec, a board certified specialist in veterinary dentistry. “Make sure every veterinary checkup includes a thorough inspection of your pet’s teeth and gums, and a discussion on how to keep them healthy and clean between visits.”

If you are concerned about using anesthesia, ask your veterinary clinic if they offer anesthesia-free teeth cleaning or could recommend a clinic which does. You can also learn more about dental health for your pets by visiting the website,


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