Farm Food

For years now, the treatment of skin and coat problems has been top priority for veterinarians. The immense increase in the number of dogs with dental problems is striking, however. The primary reason for these problems is the increasing occurrence of plaque, which in turn causes tartar to form; and all the consequences this entails.
Because dental problems in dogs appear to be increasingly common, a structured approach in addition to periodic check-ups is vital. You will find this structured approach in the Farm Food Rawhide chew bone.
Dogs naturally have a great need to chew on things. They do this because it is the only way for them to naturally keep their teeth clean. In their natural habitat, wolves and other canines will chew on the skin and bones of their kill after a meal. Chewing on soft, tough material cleans their teeth and, in turn, ensures healthy gums.