Doggy Dental Care

Dental hygiene for your pet is as important as your own. Unlike us, animals have trouble brushing their own teeth. Don’t worry.. we are here to help and there are a multitude of product with many fantastic benefits to help.
It’s been proven in scientific studies that dental disease increases the chances of damage to the heart, kidneys and liver which filter the bloods, as bacteria and toxins can be absorbed into the blood stream via a pet’s mouth. Proper dental care at an early age can help prolong a healthy life throughout adulthood.
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First and foremost, a pet with healthy teeth equals a pet with better breath! Even though, we love our canine companions to bits, no one likes smelly breath. Our highly sought after Fresh Breath drops keep your pets’ mouth healthy and their breath fresh. Made from natural ingredients, it’s an essential part of daily oral care. Just add three drops to a bowl of fresh water each day.
Providing suitable chew toys aids is essential for a puppy first as not to destroy slippers or sofa cushions but also for their health. Puppies can only wiggle their teeth by chewing not like us humans who can use our hands. Not all of the baby teeth might come out easily and this can lead to gum irritation.
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Importantly, our Tropiclean Puppy Oral Care Kit is designedΒ  to get you and your puppy started on the road to oral health. It will help address plaque and tartar before it begins, whilst soothing minor gum irritation and freshening breath. Suitable for puppies sixteen weeks and up.
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Dogs & cats are very adapt at hiding pain, owners need to be aware you may not now your pet has a serious dental issue until its very advanced. It’s yet another reason for regular dental checkups, just as we do.
As devoted owners, tooth brushing is essential part of dog grooming, and to ensure maximum effectiveness it should be done every 24-48 hours. This brushing should be conducted from as early as possible as a puppy so they can get used the routine and the feeling of having his / her teeth brushed. Puppies have 28 baby teeth that typically fall out by about six months of age. By this time, the routine should be in place.
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Our finger brush are made with soft flex latex that conforms to your finger for a comfortable, secure fit. The softer bristles provide improved gentle massaging action. Very easy to use and are perfect to use with small dogs and puppies. For adult dogs those doggy toothbrushes which have at 45-degree angle are best, to ensure effective cleaning of both the tooth and gum line. The two different bristle sizes on each end allow to clean efficiently the large tooth surface; whilst the smaller bristled end cleans away bacteria that can form against the gum line in those hard to reach places. The best product around for the job is the Doubled-Head Dog Toothbrush.
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Just like with any child, turning things like brushing teeth into a game is key to ensuring continued and sustained results. Our range of classic rope toys, and characters such as Marvin the Monkey, Pandora the Panda & Roary the Lion, are made from 100% premium quality cotton. They are dyed using natural colours and can be frozen for a cool ice treat in summer or to soothe gums. Our rope ring toys have been cleverly designed to clean and floss your dog’s teeth while you play. They unravel over time, and as they get ‘loved to bits’. The double benefit of being as premium quality traditional dog toy whilst also providing unobtrusive flossing has solidified them as one of PetLondon’s bestselling toys.
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Aristo-Cats for Tatler Magazine

Cats in recent years have been regaining their status as a symbol of refined luxury within the fashion & beauty echelons. Ancient Egyptians worshipped felines immensely in an almost idol-like fashion, praising them for controlling vermin and their ability to kill deadly snakes such as cobras. As such the domesticated cat become a symbol of grace and poise. This was certainly the case, when PetLondon Models were tasked to find seven exquisite looking cats for an opulent shoot with Tatler Magazine. Some incredibly lavish jewellery was to be photographed, that wouldn’t have seemed out of place in the palaces of the Egyptian Pharaohs of old.

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Tatler is a high end fashion and lifestyle magazine which covers all aspects of high society. It was founded in 1901 by Clement Shorter. The shoot involved the feline stars being held by the humans models, showcasing both the spectacular watches, bracelets, rings and necklaces on offer. The stylish furry coated models cover seven whole glossy pages of Tatler’s internationally renowned Watches & Jewellery special issue.

The shoot took place back in April at a studio located in the trendy Kensal Green. The photographer was the highly coveted beauty, fashion and jewellery photographer Matthew Shave who has regularly worked with the biggest publications and brands. The cats were hand chosen by the jewellery brands & Tatler editorial team and PetLondon ensured the perfect mix of different breeds and colourings from British Short Hair to Russian Blue. Each cat had their own striking characteristics to compliment each aesthetic of each jewellery collection.

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Shady For Graff: The Classic Graceful Gait of the Bengal

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Gabby For Rolex: Classic Blue Short Hair With Gorgeous Amber Eyes

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Kevin For Moussaieff: A White Maine Coon Rescue Cat. A Real Rag to Riches Story

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Caspian Blue For Davis Morris: Travelled All The Way From Ireland To Follow In His parents Footsteps They Were Both Imperial Grand Champions

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Prince Valentino For Buccellati: Known For His Expressive Face and Cheeky Personality Captured Here Perfectly

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Starina for Sybarite: Our Modelling Veteran Looking Fabulous as Always

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QT For Georg Jensen: A Tabby Farm Rescue Cat Now Living The High Life

Adam, Chief Animal Handler, explained the atmosphere on set led to a fantastic shoot being conducted. He was delighted that the majority of the production crew at the shoot had worked with cats or were cats lovers. Therefore, everyone understood cat’s behaviour and psychology giving them the understanding and patience needed. This led to the cats having confidence and hence the capability to produce outstanding shots in a very candid fashion.