Win ‘Ilio Dentals Teeth Treats (50 winners!)

To celebrate February’s Pet Dental Health Month, Hawaii’s #1 dental dog chew, ‘Ilio Dentals Teeth Treat™, wants to share the Aloha with YOU!  Teeth Treat™ is a dental dog chew that freshens breath and assists in reducing tartar build-up as well as chance of gum disease. Made of quality, easy-to-digest ingredients, the formula does not contain wheat, corn, […]

Ensuring Your Dog’s Dental Health Year Around

Today marks the last day of Pet Dental Health Month but the effort to keep your dog’s teeth healthy is one that continues year around. We just received some handy tips from National Association of Professional Pet Sitters, a nonprofit organization comprised of in-home pet care professionals, on keeping your dog’s teeth healthy every day. […]

Understanding the Importance of Dog Dental Care

February is Pet Dental Health Month but the concern for your pet’s teeth continues year around. In the video above, Dr. Bernadine Cruz, DVM and member of the Iams Pet Wellness Council, discusses the importance of pet dental care. This short video explains the importance of keeping your dog’s gums healthy with regular brushing because […]

Help Greenies Help Pets

As you know, we’re all about saving money and helping everyone, regardless of income level, keep their pets and enjoy a good life with them. (That’s what inspired us to write Barkonomics.) In these tough financial times, many pet lovers have to reach out to charitable organization for help when their pets are faced with […]

Identifying Effective Dental Treats

Today during Irie and Tiki’s vet visit (it was Irie’s annual wellness exam but Tiki went along for the ride), we asked our vet about the dogs’ teeth. (Just like with humans, dog dental health plays a big part in overall health.) She said that both Irie and Tiki’s teeth looked good which was a […]

February is Pet Dental Health Month

February marks Pet Dental Health Month, the American Veterinary Medical Association‘s (AVMA) annual effort to remind pet lovers to care for their pets’ teeth like they do their own. “It’s estimated that by the age of two 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats have some form of periodontal disease,” explains Dr. Larry […]