for is important and highly beneficial yet cleaning a pet's teeth is often overlooked.
It is crucial to know that approximately 80 per cent of dogs by the age of three show signs of gum disease as well as other dental problems.
If you catch dog dental problems early you can avoid more dental ailments long term.
You can clean your dog's teeth yourself or get this done professionally every two to four weeks.
Once your dog's 42 teeth have come through it is important to keep them clean.
Canine dental health is as important as .
Once a vet has undertaken the initial clean, you ought to be able to maintain your dog’s teeth care at home.
This is particularly important if he has especially discoloured, brown or yellow teeth and gums.
Should you take care of your dog's canine health at home, ensure you brush his or her teeth every two weeks with a toothbrush or a finger brush.
Never use a tooth paste for humans. There are specially manufactured toothpastes for dogs.
Importance of Dental Health for Dogs
Tue, 31 Jan 2012
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