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How to Clean Your Dog's Teeth (DrsFosterSmith)

Added on Apr 10, 2009 From Drs. Foster and Smith Pet Supplies

Learn how to brush your dog's teeth at home for better canine dental health. Cleaning your dog's teeth can prevent bad breath, and also in more severe cases, periodontal disease. Preventing bad breath in dogs can be accomplished by keeping a good teeth cleaning schedule.

A few minutes a day can prevent plaque buildup, which can lead to more serious disease if left unattended. Ideally, you should brush your dog's teeth everyday, but at least a few times a week. If you don't have time for a complete tooth brushing, we offer dental pads which you can use that kill bacteria on the surface of your dog's teeth, leaving your dog's breath fresh!

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iamkbs99 Says:

Apr 21, 2013 - It can be an enjoyable time for both of you lol

grace calfee Says:

Nov 10, 2012 - those are useable for dogs but you need to use either dog toothpaste or baking soda mixed water to make a paste

Catahoula155 Says:

Jul 4, 2012 - Considering getting their teeth professionally cleaned costs 200-400 dollars or in some cases even more than that. I don't think it's a lot of work.

PurdyBear1 Says:

Feb 16, 2012 - I tried a couple of toothbrushes as my vet said it was ok use human ones, but my dog really didnt like them. Iv now got a double ended doggy brush and his much better having his teeth done. I include toothbrushing in my daily routine of training, then grooming, then teeth and massage.

Panda Head Says:

Oct 4, 2011 - gosh so much work!