Dentists recommend that you brush your teeth so you would have good oral health. Do you think it is the same for your dogs?
– Brushing in dogs is important.
– Regular brushing helps a dog’s oral health become better.
– A lot of dog owners do not brush their dog’s teeth and…
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Veterinarians always check a dog’s mouth and they notice that the amount of tartar build-up is way too much and the redness of puffiness of the gums closes to the teeth is troubling.
The odor, color, and appearance of the teeth are also three of the many things that they notice so they advise dog owners to religiously brush their dog’s teeth daily.
One vet said that five percent of all the dog owners who have come to see her claimed they brushed their dog’s teeth regularly.
Ten percent said they let the groomer brush their dog’s teeth and 75 percent said they use tartar control treats. The Veterinary Oral Health Council said that brushing is still the best for the dog’s oral health.
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Read the rest of Patty Khuly’s very informative article here to know more about dog’s oral health – http://www.miamiherald.com/living/pets/