Get the Scoop on Pet Health with ProBioraPet
It’s never too late to start improving your older pet’s oral health,
and it’s never too early to optimize the oral health of younger pets, too!
How long have you been a dog or cat parent? Are you a cuddly cat lady or a doting dog lover that buys clothes based on how they will look with pet hair on them? We get it – cuz the ProBiora Health team is made up of all of the above. But part of the deal with having a pet is that they don’t last as long as we do. It’s a fact of life. We want to make sure they are as healthy and happy as they can be as long as we are lucky enough to have them.
The reality is that as our beloved cats and dogs age, they will need some extra TLC: comfy bed for sore joints; low-impact yet consistence exercise; high-nutrition diet and clutter free floors among other things. And it’s very likely they will get periodontal disease – red, swollen gums, loose teeth and bad breath. As a matter of fact, according to the American Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS), 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats show signs of oral disease by age three. Most disturbing is that other health problems found in association with periodontal disease include kidney, liver and heart muscle changes. The GOOD news? It’s simple to enhance your pet’s oral health at home with our all natural oral-care probiotic for pets.
Listen to a PRO! All Dogs Need Something to Smile About
Oral-care probiotics aren’t the same as ‘gut’ probiotics. ProBioraPet is an oral-care probiotic which contains strains of naturally occurring ORAL bacteria which repopulates positive bacteria on tooth surfaces and along the gum line crowding out the bad bacteria which can lead to decay, tartar and disease. Simply sprinkling one scoop of this all natural, safe, odorless and tasteless powder onto your pet’s food daily is all it takes. And the BONUS? It freshens breath and whitens teeth!
Dr. Jay King
Center for Animal Rescue and Enrichment
St. Louis, MO
Listen to a pro. “Older dogs and cats need a bit of extra TLC,” says Dr. Jay King, veterinarian for the Center for Animal Rescue and Enrichment, the nonprofit no-kill animal shelter for the City of St. Louis. “It’s critical that their oral health is optimized. After all, just like in people, a healthy body starts with a healthy mouth.”