Does Your Cat Have Bad Breath?
Bad breath is not only hard for us humans to tolerate when our dog is slobbering all over us but it can also be a sign of poor oral health or even an unhealthy balance of bacteria in their gut.
Keeping Your Cat’s Teeth Healthy
Does your cat have stinky breath or yellow plaque on their teeth? Or, maybe your kitty has great teeth and you are just looking to prevent any dental problems from happening. Either way, there is no doubt that a healthy mouth is essential for a healthy cat. Chewing is the first step in the process of digestion and issues like plaque and gingivitis can cause issues such as pain and even turn your cat off eating altogether. We recommend raw bones for chewing to keep your cats teeth pearly white! Coconut oil
Keeping Your Cat’s Gut Healthy
Incorporating probiotics (live, good bacteria) into your cat’s diet promotes “good bacteria” growth in their gut. When these natural enzymes are ingested they begin assisting in the breakdown of bad bacteria which will begin inhibiting plaque accumulation and bad breath. By consuming probiotics, you are replenishing and helping food move properly through digestive tract. Natural forms of probiotics come in all forms – such as Raw Goat’s Milk.
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