This post is sponsored by Lunchbox. All opinions are my own.
Our two dogs are an important part of our family, and we naturally we worry about their health. And one of the most common problems dogs have is dental disease. This makes sense, after all dog’s teeth build up tartar just like our teeth, and they don’t go to the dentist every six months to get it scraped off. As the tartar gets worse it causes periodontal diseases which inflame the gums.
Regular brushing of a dogs’ teeth can help prevent this – but lets face it, most dogs aren’t going to sit still for that! That is why we give our dogs Milk-Bone Brushing Chews – which are just as effective as daily brushing.