Posted by Kelly Jansens on
Why brush your dog’s teeth? Although dogs don’t eat a wide range of cavity causing foods that humans enjoy, they need regular dental care for many of the same reasons we do; build-up of tartar, plaque and decay. To prevent gingivitis and gum disease, look for broken or fractured teeth. I started brushing Bodie’s teeth over the last four years or so. I have to admit that I do not do this every week and I need to make a conscience effort to make it into a weekly event. Some Veterinarians recommend daily cleaning and others two – three times...
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