Just imagine how your teeth would look and feel if you did not brush daily — so much for a second date! Pets also suffer from bad breath and unsightly tartar build-up when routine dental care is neglected. Many pet owners aren’t aware that bad breath may be a symptom of serious gum disease and joke that Fluffy needs a breath mint.
Hi! I am Mary Lou. As a kid growing up, we had a cockapoo who lived to be 18 but only had a handful of teeth left. We thought this was perfectly normal — dogs got old, their teeth fell out. Working at Founders, I learned that’s not true!