Yummy Combs deep pocket design removes hardened tartar.

In a 60 day clinical study, it was proven with its 360° cleaning surfaces that Yummy Combs removed greater than 25% of the hardened tartar and in the same clinical study. Yummy Combs reduced bad breath by 46%.

Dr. Joe Roetheli


“You can exist without a dog but you can’t live without a dog.”

Problem: Organ failure in dogs is correlated with periodontal disease and pet owners are not aware of the consequences.

Cause: Lack of clinical data in a comprehensive format that can be shared with pet parents to help them understand the importance of proper dental care.

Solution: Save more dogs by creating awareness about the causes of periodontal disease and the cure.

Dr. Jan Bellows


80% of dogs over the age of 3 have some form of periodontal disease, and only 20% of pet owners know about it.

Looking for the optimal wellness plan for your pet?

It all starts in the mouth…
Shut down the gateway to where pathogens enter the blood supply and you shut down the attack on your dogs’ vital organs. Periodontal disease has been correlated to organ failure and veterinarians are focused on what they can recommend between regular visits to their clinics to mediate this issue. Daily oral care is a prerequisite to your dogs’ overall wellness. A diseased mouth is a diseased body and prevention is where you start. Learn more about how you can deter periodontal disease with a daily protocol that has been clinically proven to deal with presence of hardened tartar where plaque can accumulate and cause enflamed gums the precursor to periodontal disease.

Introducing the CO-PAT:

A COmprehensive Prevention, Assessment and Treatment Plan

Prevention: A daily protocol for the removal of tartar which harbors plaque, the precursor to periodontal disease.

Assessment: A routine visit to your veterinary professional to identify problems that may exist in and around your dog’s oral care.

Treatment: Dental cleanings as necessary to remove remaining hardened tartar where plaque can collect an inflame healthy gums.

What are Veterinary Dentists Looking For When They Recommend Dental Treats?

The key to management of gum disease (for humans or pets!) is prevention. As long as the surfaces of the teeth are cleaned frequently, the gums will stay healthy. Excellent oral health is maintained by daily oral hygiene. The gold standard is brushing. Daily chewing activities can also be effective in maintaining oral health. Daily use of products that have been awarded the VOHC Seal will help to keep your pet’s teeth clean and the gum tissues and bone around the roots healthy. VOHC recommends periodic veterinary examination of the mouth and teeth of your dog or cat. Many pets, particularly middle-aged and older cats and dogs, require periodic professional scaling in addition to on-going plaque control.

Dr. Lon Lewis


“60% of dogs over the age of two are considered obese.”

Prevention Starts with Proper Nutrition

To provide animals and their owners the most beneficial service possible, the practicing veterinarian’s emphasis should be on preventive medicine first and disease treatment second. Disease prevention requires proper nutrition, immunization, dental, and parasite control programs throughout life. All, except for proper nutrition, are well covered in many veterinary texts. Nutrition which is one of the most important factors in maximizing health, performance, and longevity, and in the management of many diseases.

Dr. Lon Lewis received a B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Wyoming and a D.V.M. from Colorado State University. After several years of operating his own veterinary practice he returned to Colorado State University, where he received a Ph.D. I physiology. Two years of research and study were conducted at the Universities of Lund, Sweden and Texas Medical Schools. For eight years he was Professor of Clinical Nutrition in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Colorado State University before joining the clinical nutrition research group, Mark Morris Associates.

Could "Slippery When Wet"
be the Solition to Blockages and Choking?

Could "Slippery When Wet" be the Solition to Blockages and Choking?

Over 200,000 dogs per year suffer from choking and blockage incidents and many lead to fatalities.

Slipperiness might just be the secret to the safest treat. Also, thin walls promote faster dissolving over solid pieces so once the treat is in the stomach, it dissolves rapidly. In fact, the interior walls of Yummy Combs dissolve within 10 minutes, and the entire treat in about 30 minutes. When compared to other treats, specifically dental treats, Yummy Combs dissolves 5 times faster to ensure no bowel obstructions.

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