UK (PRWEB) September 8, 2007
Nutrecare are giving away a week's supply of Royal Canin Oral Bars to everyone who subscribes to their newsletter throughout the month of September to coincide with Pet smile month.
Royal Canin Oral Bars are available in two different sizes to cater for dogs below and above 10kg. Oral Bars are specially designed to limit the development of plaque and tartar and can be used daily to promote good oral hygiene. The Bar works in three ways: the elastic texture has a mild abrasive effect which helps to remove tartar deposits, the Bar's anti bacterial properties help stop bad breath and sodium polyphosphate used in the Bar helps prevent tartar formation.
Michael Bianco, Managing Director of Nutrecare explains: "From working with pets and their owners, we have become increasingly aware of what a problem pet oral health is. Approximately 75% of the pet population suffer with some sort of dental problem but often this can remain covered up for long periods of time…and when you think about how painful toothache is, this problem really does need addressing."
In spite of this important statistic, oral hygiene is one of the most overlooked areas of medical care for animals. Dental disease is a treatable and preventable problem, and since pets cannot say how they feel, it is up to the owner to address the problem.
"Since we started trading we have provided a range of specialist pet foods including Royal Canin Dental veterinary diet, and Hill's Science plan Oral Care for dogs and cats. We hope that adding the Oral Bars to our range of products will help people realise that dental care needn't be hard work and, by using the bars regularly as a treat, owners will be helping prevent tooth decay."
For September, Nutrecare are committed to promoting pet oral health and would like as many dog owners as possible to take advantage of the free Royal Canin Oral Bars, simply visit the website, subscribe and type Oral Bar or Oral Bar Small, the free sample will be sent immediately; this offer is just for September…so hurry.
For more information on products that can help treat and/or prevent oral health problems in pets, see http://www.nutrecare.co.uk