smileSPRAY Saves Pets Teeth - New Product Launch from Green Dog Dental

Los Angeles veterinarian, Dr. Ren Garcia, is on mission to save your pet's teeth and has developed an all-natural pet dental spray, smileSPRAY, to make this a reality.

(PRUnderground) February 18th, 2020

Green Dog Dental & Wellness, a Los Angeles based veterinarian service and leader in dental services for pets, has launched a line of pet related products developed by the founder of Green Dog Dental & Wellness, Dr. Ren Garcia. The company’s dental care product, smileSPRAY, is the first in a series of all natural products to launch as part of a line designed especially for dogs and cats with an emphasis on preventative dental care.  Until now, the product has only been available to patients of Green Dog Dental.

smileSPRAY, which is a special blend of essential oils, was conceived by Dr. Garcia as result of his ongoing research into the safest and most effective ingredients to create the best all-natural, dental cleaning formula. Like humans, a pet’s health and life expectancy is enhanced with healthy teeth and gums. smileSPRAY creates a positive environment in the pet’s mouth and is designed to be part of regular dental cleanings and a healthy diet.

Dr. Garcia commented, “This is a true passion project for me as I’ve learned more and more about how preventative dental care can extend the life and wellness of cats and dogs.  I began working on the formula about three years ago and it is really exciting to see this coming to fruition.  I am a firm believer that if people just knew a little bit more about dental care and how easy it is, many animals would lead longer, healthier lives.

smileSPRAY was created by vets for their pets so you know that only absolute highest quality ingredients have been selected. I am putting my professional reputation behind this product line.” noted Dr. Garcia.

The company is committed to developing a collection of products that are environmentally and animal considerate with no chemicals or additives that could have a negative impact on the long-term health of a pet.  Combined with ongoing education regarding pet dental care, our goal is to make dental preventative care a standard part of pet care.

Green Dog Dental smileSPRAY is now available for purchase online at www.greendogdental/shop and Green Dog Dental locations in Sherman Oaks, West Hollywood and Santa Monica, California.

About Green Dog Dental

Green Dog Dental & Wellness is a leader in promoting the evolving views on pet dental care with its California based collection of veterinarian offices which originated in Beverly Hills, CA in 2011. Founded by Dr. Ren Garcia, a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the company is focused on integrating preventative dental care into mainstream pet treatments and services by providing education and innovative, organic dental care products. The company provides full veterinary services and has served over 10,000 patients in the Los Angeles area. You can also find us on Facebook and Instagram. Learn more at www.greendogdental.com.

Press Contact Name: Teresa Holden Phone: 323-460-4545 Email: Teresa@GreenDogDental.com Website: http://greeendogdental.com

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