5 Tips For Better Dental Health In Dogs

  1. The Breath Test: Bad breath can be a common sign of oral disease in your dog. It’s natural for your dog’s breath not to smell great. Although, if your dog’s breath is overwhelming, periodontal disease may cause it or decaying teeth.
  2. Tooth-Brushing: Brushing your dog’s teeth might not be something you’re aware of, but it is something you need to do. Unlike humans, you don’t need to brush their teeth daily. Your dog may not enjoy having their teeth brushed at first. But making a routine out of it and getting them excited can help. Especially if there’s a healthy treat waiting for them on the other side!
  3. Gum Check: Checking in on your dog’s gums once a month is something you should be doing. Their gums should be pink. If they are white, red, or swollen, schedule a visit to the vet. Their teeth should be clean without brown tartar buildup.
  4. Healthy Food: Keeping your dog on a healthy food diet is an important way to keep his teeth clean. Dry food in their regular diets. The more your dog eats dry food, the more his teeth will naturally clean themselves by chewing and crunching.

Regular Professional Dog Teeth Cleanings: The best way to keep your dog’s teeth clean is to take preemptive measures. Take your pup to the vet for his regular cleanings to ensure he doesn’t have health problems later on in his life. Your vet will give you more information about what they can offer your dog in terms of teeth cleanings.


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