Facts about Xylitol. Xylitol creates a perfect pH balance in the mouth to stimulate a healing process that can naturally repair your teeth. When Xylitol is eaten it not only brings minerals by salivary stimulation but creates an alkaline environment in which these minerals can help heal soft or damaged areas on teeth and help to rebuild and strengthen them.

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Xylitol and Dogs

It is important to know that xylitol can be dangerous to dogs. Keep your xylitol mints and gum away from your pets--all too often curious dogs get into a purse, or bag and are poisoned by well-meaning, or forgetful owners...also, there are other foods that are not healthy for dogs - chocolate, raisins and grapes for example.

Some good information about the effects of xylitol on dogs can be found here:

1 comment:

david santos said...

Hello, Ellie!
I loved this post and this blog.
Have a nice day