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Dental Health

Does your dog have bad breath? If so, it's probably more than just bad breath. It's what is causing the bad breath that is the problem: bacteria and infection. Dogs and cats suffer from the same dental diseases that people do. Gingivitis and periodontal disease not only destroy the teeth, but can cause stress on the internal organs as bacteria is swallowed and passed into the blood stream. Damage can occur to the kidneys, liver and even the heart. Dogs that have been diagnosed with a heart murmur are especially at risk. If the disease has progressed for an extended period, tooth loss may occur. Aren't you cranky when you have a toothache? Check your pet's teeth regularly for tarter build up. Speak to your veterinarian about regular dental cleaning. Dogs can't wear dentures! Are you ready for more tips? ¬†Find them here  

Behavior Problems

• Aggression
• Phobias
• Hyperactivity
• Excessive Barking
• Bad Manners

See amazing results as you learn about the "pack behavior" approach.

Many people seek obedience training before establishing pack leadership without knowing that this is backwards approach. Obedience training should be the follow-up after all behavior problems have been addressed.

U.S. Canine focuses on training people to be good pack leaders and dogs to be good followers!

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