It is wonderful how much help is available to prevent and assist our pets with teeth issues. Tooth aches are no fun!
NLB(Wednesday, October 12 16 10:31 pm EDT)
My dog's breath is the worst!!! You are SO helpful Dr. Marc, thank you. Please keep the podcasts coming!
Tom(Sunday, October 16 16 06:28 pm EDT)
This one was REALLY helpful. Some obvious clues to look for to make sure they don't lead to bigger problems!
Colette(Sunday, July 30 17 02:57 pm EDT)
This is very informative especially for the day to day things I can do to avoid future problems with my cat's teeth
Rhyan Palione(Sunday, August 06 17 12:17 pm EDT)
I feel my pet's pain, I dislike my mouth touched just as much as she does. Never knew the importance of dental care for my pet until now! Hopefully I can keep her teeth clean and healthy with these tips.
Very interesting information. Good to know that prescription foods can help treat our pet's diseases. Seems like a great alternative to medication.
Nic(Wednesday, October 12 16 10:33 pm EDT)
Ever since I put my dog on prescription food, I didn't fully understand the benefits. This podcast really helped answer my questions. Thanks, as always, Dr. Marc
Jen S.(Wednesday, October 12 16 11:25 am EDT)
Metabolic diet has been very helpful in helping me control my Abby's weight. Between this and the arthritis medication she is so much more comfortable.
Susan(Thursday, May 05 16 10:43 am EDT)
Prescription J/D(Joint Diet) has helped my Boxer with her painful knees. She took pain medication every day. We started feeding her Presc J/D and saw a positive difference within 4 weeks and after 6
weeks of feeding J/D, she no longer needed pain medication. It's been 1 year since starting MonkeyBean with J/D and she continues to do very well.
Thank you for recommending it to us!
Dr.Marc, Thank you for this important information.
I have found that the Prescription food J/D (Joint Diet) has helped my Boxer with pain she had in her knees. Once she began eating J/D, she was able to stop all pain medication. It is so much easier
to feed a prescription food than to give medication several times a day.