I have seen the dog treats for sale in stores like Pet Smart, etc, where they are advertising that if consumed, the dogs teeth and gums will benefit. Do they really work, and if so how?
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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