Never Neglect Your Dog's Teeth



Just as for us humans, brushing your dog's teeth is highly recommended. Also pay attention to the gum area. 65% of all early stage gum diseases are neglected. Schedule a yearly checkup with your vet to make sure that your dogs teeth are in good shape. Otherwise it could affect your dogs eating patterns which bring on another set of problems.

Set a daily time to brush your dog's teeth. Keep to this timing to avoid forgetting on any one day. You can use a child's toothbrush and special toothpaste made for dogs. The chemicals in some human toothpaste can make dogs sick.
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Faith Courtney is a dog lover who can't get enough of K9 love. She's had dogs around her home since she was 8 years old. Many years on, she still keeps dogs around her home. Her family likes nothing more than to take the dogs out to the a dog park where they all can stretch their legs.

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