Did you know that tooth decay in dogs is a really big problem!?
The thing is that dogs use their teeth for everything—from showing love and affection to
eating, holding things, etc. and your dog’s teeth are really important parts of their body.
We, as humans, have hands that we use to do most of our stuff, but, in the case of
dogs, they only have their teeth.
So, we will discuss how to take care of them.
Brushing your dog’s teeth is important.
If you are a new dog owner then brushing your dog’s teeth can be a really stressful
task—for you and for your furry friend!
But, how else can you fight off plaque and dental issues!?
In this section of the blog, I’ll go through one of my favorite techniques for brushing my
Get a Doggy Toothbrush and Toothpaste
Let’s start by talking about the toothbrush.
I would highly recommend that you get a toothbrush made specifically for your dog
1. They can easily access the crevices of your dog’s mouth
2. The bristles are made to clean a dog’s mouth
In case you do not have a dog toothbrush, you should pick up a child toothbrush
instead as it is better suited for your doggy friend.
As for the toothpaste, never use a human toothpaste for your furry friend!
This is because normal toothpaste contain fluoride and other ingredients that are
really toxic for your dog!
A dog’s teeth are really important parts of your furry friend’s anatomy and they
should be taken care of well.
After all, your doggy needs them to do a lot of things!
You should make a point to brush your dog’s teeth regularly and take your furry
friend to the doggy dentist on a regular basis for optimal dental hygiene.
After all, your dog’s teeth will take him a long way!