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Contact: Daria Holmboe
Dog n’ Suds is Setting the Standards High in the Field of Canine Oral Hygiene
Nanaimo, BC, March 13, 2008 – For those proud pet owners who aren’t aware of the need or haven’t taken their four-legged friends to any professional pet care facilities lately, a canine’s canines need to be healthy if they are going to keep up their bone-chewing activities. In response to a growing need for doggy dental care, Daria Holmboe, president of Dog n’ Suds U-Wash and Professional Grooming has expanded the business to provide an exclusive and vitally important teeth cleaning service for their tail-wagging clients.
“It’s surprising how many people don’t realize that their dogs have teeth”, declares Darci Duncan, canine oral hygiene specialist for Dog n’ Suds and leader in her field, “and there is a direct link from the teeth to the body.” Darci is one of a handful in her profession and has been a pioneer, lobbyist and passionate supporter of canine oral health care for six years, as well as a qualified instructor.
Recent reports on pet care echo the fact that a dog’s teeth and gums should be maintained, and you can’t get a Dalmatian to wear doggy dentures, which means oral care has to follow the guidelines of prevention. It is well known that good preventative dental hygiene can prolong the life of teeth and how neglected teeth and gums can cause bacteria to grow and create plaque that forms tartar, which leads to tooth decay. It is similarly known that if left unchecked tooth decay can cause infection, which results in toxins getting into the bloodstream to cause or aggravate problems in the body’s organs, especially the heart, kidneys and liver. Another surprise for some is that “doggy breath” should not smell bad and is usually unpleasant if the pet has a buildup of plaque or tartar sufficient to breed a mouth full of odor-causing bacteria.
Dog n’ Suds offers a natural technique of scaling, flossing, and polishing that does not involve general anesthetic, which means a huge reduction in cost for the owner and less stress for Bowser with no groggy after-effects. As one of few, theirs is a non-invasive and pain-free procedure that is done by hand without sedation or ultrasonics and by a certified canine oral hygiene specialist. Powder-free latex gloves are used, as are sterilized dental instruments and top-of-the-line products in a clean, hygienic environment. All dogs are handled with expert skill that includes aromatherapy and massage therapy prior, during and after treatment, depending on the dog’s temperament and breed disposition for anxiety.
A dog may not be able to tell its owner when it is suffering from a tooth- or gum-related issue, but an expert can and a short visit to Dog n’ Suds will bring smiles back to pooches and pooch-owners alike, especially when Fido really is a best friend. It starts with a free initial consultation and ends with training for the owners on how to properly brush and maintain their dog’s teeth at home.
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