Caring for your dog’s teeth could add years to her life.
Not only will taking care of your dog’s teeth save time & money on vet visits, but will help to prevent heart and kidney disease and add years to your dog’s life. Do you care for your dog’s teeth?
The reality is that most dogs hate getting their teeth brushed and there are times when you’re either out of hours or out of patience. So, even though teeth cleaning with a toothbrush is ideal, instead of giving up, try something else. Something is better than nothing!
If your dog resists the toothbrush, there are other options.
Right from the beginning start using wipes, oral rinses and water additives which can provide the dental care needed to keep your dog’s teeth in good shape.
Water Additives poured directly into your dog’s bowl can loosen plaque build-up and freshen her breath whenever she takes a drink. Made with fatty acid salts that inhibit the growth of bacteria and mold, and baking soda to fight bad breath and remove plaque and food particles, water additives are an easy way to help your pet’s oral hygiene.
Foams The foam immediately adheres to teeth to gently clean, sanitize and loosen plaque build-up without using a toothbrush
Dental Wipes are perfect for the dog who resists brushing with a toothbrush, they clean the front and the back of the teeth at the same time
What is your biggest concern?
Small dog? Check out our solutions idea for dog’s with small mouths.
Bad breath? Here’s some products to quell that smell.
Resist brushing? Here’s some alternatives to the toothbrush.