There’s nothing like puckering up under the mistletoe to receive a big, wet kiss from the sweetest companion around – the problem? Each lick transfers over a million bacteria, many of which can cause gum disease. Most would agree that dog kisses are the one of the best gifts; however bad dog breath can really kill the mood and is a sign of a bigger health problem. Love your pet more by giving them the gift of health this holiday season!
Best-known as “The Bacteria Whisperer”, Dr. Emily Stein is on a mission to make the family unit healthier and is determined to give people and pets a safe, simple and effective way to care for their mouths. With her ground-breaking invention of TEEF!, pet families can fully embrace every kiss under the mistletoe with Fido knowing that their pup’s mouth is properly cleaned and cared for this holiday season.
Bad dog breath is certainly not a cherished smell, and although it is common among most dogs, it’s actually a symptom of an unhealthy mouth. In fact, it is the first sign of dental disease. Sadly, 80% of all dogs by the age of 3 will be affected by gum disease. TEEF! was created to target the root cause of it all – bad bacteria that live below the gum line. TEEF! contains a patented prebiotic formula, Protektin42™, that is specially formulated for dogs’ oral hygiene needs. It is powered by science and has been clinically proven to stop bad bacteria, encourage the growth of beneficial bacteria so your dogs’ mouth is healthier.
TEEF! uses only 100% safe, concentrated ingredients that naturally function like a molecular toothbrush below the gum line, when added to drinking water. It’s a low-calorie, sugar free, hassle free, human-grade water additive that cleans your pet’s entire mouth every time they drink. Learn more about TEEF! here: https://www.teefhealth.com.
Key Formulation Components
- 100% safe ingredients
- Gluten free
- Preservative free
- Grain free
It all started with a rescue dog….
Saved from a shelter at 10 years old, Tinsley had multiple health conditions that all traced back to neglected dental care. Luckily, she was adopted by Emily Stein, a UC Berkeley and Stanford-trained scientist with an extensive background in microbiology and immunology… and a soft spot for older dogs. She knew immediately that oral bacteria were the source of Tinsley’s eye and bladder infections, skin irritations and lack of energy. After 4 months of antibiotics, 21 tooth extractions and thousands of dollars in vet bills, Tinsley was finally healthy again. All these issues stemmed from the connection between the mouth and body.