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Pet Food Washington DC

Pet chews give a boost to pet health because they supply needed nutrients and may supply digestive enzymes as well. There are also oral hygiene chews available for dogs that fight plaque and tartar buildup. Chew bones also satisfy dogs’ urges to chew and improve canine dental health. See below to learn more and for pet stores in Washington, DC that give access to many different options for pet chews.

GreenPets
(202) 986-7907
1722 14th Street NW
Washington, DC

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The Dog Chef
(301) 785-2998
3901 tunlaw rd nw suite 102
Washington, DC

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The Big Bad Woof
(202) 291-2404
117 Carroll St., NW
Washington, DC

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Organic Doggy Kitchen
(703) 532-7387
1061B West Broad St
Falls Church, VA

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Happy Woof
(703) 967-0465
10396 Willard Way
Fairfax, VA
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Va. We offer a three tub self serve dog wash
Hours
full service grooming

Pet Pantry
(202) 363-6644
4455 Connecticut Ave., NW
Washington, DC

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Max & Ruffy's
(703) 465-4481
PO Box 100605
Arlington, VA

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Aunt Jeni's Home Made
(301) 702-0123
PO Box 124
Temple Hills, MD

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NalaBone Inc. EcoSafe Biodegradable Plastic Bags
(571) 345-4903
3505 Mavis Court
Fairfax, VA

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PETCO
(202) 686-0901
3505 Connecticut Avenue
Washington, DC
Hours
Monday: 9:00am-9:00pm
Tuesday: 9:00am-9:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am-9:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am-9:00pm
Friday: 9:00am-9:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am-9:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am-7:00pm

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Virbac to Launch Pet Dental Campaign

Virbac to Launch Pet Dental CampaignVirbac Animal Health of Fort Worth, Texas, reported Dec. 15 that it will launch its “Clean Every Tooth Pet Home Dental Care” campaign in January to help educate pet owners on the importance of making their pet’s dental health part of their daily routine.

The campaign, which will provide veterinarians with client education materials supports the annual National Pet Dental Month in February.

“Professional dental cleanings are vital,” said Denise Skurdalsvold, senior marketing manager for Virbac. “And we’ve now learned that home care, in-between cleanings, is also critical to protect a pet’s teeth and overall health. With C.E.T. [Clean Every Tooth], it’s our hope that prevention of dental disease will become as natural to pet owners as vaccinations and heartworm prevention.”

The C.E.T. Pet Home Dental Care allows veterinarians to recommend the most appropriate home dental care program based on each patient’s stage of disease and the owner’s ability to comply with recommendations. For example, a home dental program may include C.E.T. Chews, Aquadent Drinking Water Additive and/or tooth brushing.

The C.E.T. “3 Easy Options” to dental health touts: Good to Chew, Better to Rinse, Best to Brush.

“By recommending daily care, veterinarians are helping feline and canine patients live longer, happier, healthier lives,” Skurdalsvold said. “In the process, they’re keeping clients happy in knowing their pets are in better health.

“C.E.T. educational materials and products f...

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