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Protecting my dog's teeth

Dogs, just like humans, can experience dental problems if they don't get proper care. Taking care of your dog's teeth on a daily basis is essential. Daily teeth cleaning
Team Jagger.Lewis
Date of publication
June 19, 2017
Dogs, just like humans, can experience dental problems if they don't get proper care. Taking care of your dog's teeth on a daily basis is essential. Daily teeth cleaning

Puppies generally have 32 baby teeth, while by the time they reach adult size, there are no less than 42. Teeth are a very important tool for dogs who use them for food and play. Providing him with good hygiene helps to avoid a lot of inconvenience.

Regular cleaning

Brushing your dog's teeth is an essential preventive measure to avoid the accumulation of dental plaque and tartar. Brush your pet's teeth at least once a day using a toothbrush specially designed for dogs and a suitable toothpaste.
Avoid using human toothpaste as it may contain ingredients that are harmful to your dog.

Good food and sweets

The food you give your dog has a significant impact on the health of their teeth. Choose a balanced and quality diet to strengthen your teeth and provide them with the necessary nutrients. Dry kibble is preferable to soft foods, as it contributes to the mechanical removal of dental plaque. Also, offer specific dental treats that help reduce plaque and tartar.

Chew toys

Chew toys are a great way for your dog to clean their teeth while having fun. Choose toys made from solid rubber, nylon, or pressed buffalo skin bones, which are not only durable but also beneficial to your dog's dental health. Avoid natural bones as they can break and cause injury.

Regular visits to the vet

Take your dog to the vet at least once a year for a complete dental exam during his vaccination. The professional will be able to assess your pet's oral health and recommend specific care if necessary, such as professional scaling.

The signs to look out for

Carefully monitor the condition of your dog's teeth and gums. Signs of a dental problem include bad breath, excessive salivation, red or swollen gums, broken or missing teeth, or difficulty eating. If you notice any of these signs, see your veterinarian immediately.

By taking care of your dog's teeth on a daily basis and by paying attention to the signs of possible problems, you will contribute to ensuring optimal dental health for your four-legged friend. Remember that prevention is the best way to avoid dental problems!

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