A few months ago Dingonatura launched a new and special product within the Natura diet range called Odontic. Many of you have been asking what the benefits for your dogs are, eating this product cooked with 100% natural ingredients. That is why we have listed all the qualities and characteristics of this unique product in the market; a complete dog food specially created for maintaining your dog’s dental health.
Unfortunately, many dogs suffer from the negative results of unhealthy teeth caused by inappropriate food and/or an unbalanced diet high in sugar. The majority of these dogs are small-sized breeds as they are more likely to suffer from dental problems. The bacteria produced in an unhealthy mouth can lead to dental plaque, if proper cleaning is not carried out, problems such as plaque, dental caries and bad breath can appear.
Along with our natural recipe we have also added three ingredients which will help us to maintain our dog’s mouth healthy:
– Probiotics: They identify the germs responsible for dental plaque precisely and fight directly against it. They also cover the teeth forming a protective layer so no further germs stick to the teeth. These probiotics will little by little break down the tiny crystal formations which causes dental plaque. They also help reduce bad odours. in the mouth.
– Essential Oils: These oils uniquely help freshen our dog’s breath.
– Chlorophyll: Helps to strengthen and stimulate de immune system, it is anti-inflammatory and an antioxidant.
Another advantage of our product is a well sized kibble shaped food, this helps to increase the duration of time spent eating it so as to penetrate its great benefits to the dogs’ mouth for a longer period of time.
Remember that the moment you spot dental problems in your dog’s mouth, such as caries or gingivitis, it is necessary to visit the vet as soon as possible to treat the problem. Typical symptoms which tell us the dog is having dental problems include: difficulty eating/biting, halitosis (bad breath), lots of dental plaque or receding gums.