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Thank you for your comment, I appreciate that. So the bones in a raw diet help achieve the same thing? So dogs that lived/live in the wild don't have the same struggle as housebound pets?
No, peridontal disease is a problem we see mostly in domesticated dogs, and unfortunately it is common at one year of age. Some breeds have malformed mouths and will always have problems, but dogs with a normal bite can keep tartar down through chewi
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