As a pet parent the well being of your pet is on your topmost priorities. This includes their dental hygiene.
You're concerned with the tartar developed in your dog's teeth. A visit to the vet for the removal of teeth infested with plaque may cost you a lot. To add to your woes, your dog develops permanent chewing problems.
May be you don't get to brush their teeth often. May be your dog doesn't let you brush their teeth. May be your dog has problems chewing.
While you think that these are barriers to your dog getting a shiner and healthier teeth. We don't think so, not anymore.
Kelp is proven to help eliminate the bacteria which causes plaque, preventing build-up. Kelp also contains digestive enzymes which break down food particles trapped between teeth.Other known and proven benefits of feeding your dog kelp include:
- Alginic acid reduces tartar buildup and dental plaque. Helps you remove the tartar in dog's teeth and gets rid of the plaque.
- The iodine contents helps with thyroid activity, speeds up weight loss. It also increases metabolism.
- Reduces inflammation and itching so it’s helpful for dogs with skin allergies.
- Easy to digest with a high fiber content.
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Instructions for feeding
We recommend you introduce dental powders slowly and in small amounts, so your pet can get used to the taste. Pets smaller than 15 kg need no more than ½ teaspoon, while dogs over 40 kg can have as much as 2 teaspoons.
Note: Too much kelp in a pet’s diet can lead to a runny nose, upset stomach, lethargy, and watery eyes. So ensure that the feeding is as per the recommendation.