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Learn the key to your pet's oral health

You already know that taking care of your teeth and practicing good oral health can have a big effect on your overall health. But did you know the same goes for your pet?

For humans, regular brushing and flossing will keep your teeth clean and your gums healthy, but many people mistakenly believe that feeding their pet hard pet food is the best thing they can do for their pet's oral health.

In reality, the texture of the food isn't as important as the ingredients in the food.

Hard kibble pet food can be loaded with biologically inappropriate ingredients and artificial additives that are difficult for your pet to digest and more apt to linger on his teeth. This food is baked or cooked while it is produced and it is this process that destroys the natural enzymes that are beneficial to your pet's oral health. (Wysong's dry diets are revitalized with enzymes and other fragile food elements after heat processing.)

To maintain your pet's oral health, your best option is to supplement with a raw diet made up of natural foods, not starch ingredients and artificial additives. Products like Wysong's Archetype™ carry the natural enzymes your pet's body was designed to digest without the preservatives that affect your pet's teeth.

And to further protect your pet's oral health, a supplement like Wysong's DentaTreat™ can be sprinkled onto your pet's food or applied with a toothbrush. The ingredients in DentaTreat™ help protect your pet from gingivitis, tooth decay and other common dental health issues.

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