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Tips For Using SorbayPOC

The most likely places for pets to develop bacteria related oral health problems are in the backs of the upper parts of the space between the cheeks and gums. That is because food can find its way into this space, and remain there, without much chance of being rinsed away by saliva or drinking water. Bacteria find these to be great places to set up communities.

In order to address this bacterial problem all one has to do is use a finger to pull the cheek away from the gum and direct the mist spray toward the back of the space between the cheeks and gums. One depression of the mist-pump on each side of the mouth, for small pets, or two depressions for larger animals is usually sufficient.

Very quickly, pets develop the habit of running to a caregiver when they see the care giver holding a bottle of SorbayPOC.

Gaining a pet's acceptance of the manipulation of its cheeks is key to a care giver's success in the establishment of an easy to deliver misting program. One wants to avoid frightening a pet and then having to restrain it. The best way to do this is to playfully manipulate a pet's mouth and cheeks before attempting to initiate misting. Pets like the attention and amazingly, the mist itself. Very quickly, they develop the habit of running to a care giver when they see the care giver holding a bottle of SorbayPOC.