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National Dental Care Month is celebrated in May to emphasize the importance of taking care of your dog’s teeth. It is an indispensable part of your pet’s overall health; proper dental care can prevent a variety of dental health issues such as periodontal disease. Here are ways you can keep your dog’s teeth healthy.
These treats are designed to remove plaque from your dog’s teeth and contain ingredients that help clean and freshen your dog’s mouth. Using brushes and tooth wipes can be a hassle but giving your dog a treat is a friendly approach.
For example, deer antlers or raw beef knees can tie your dog down for a long time while also cleaning their teeth.
Dental tooth wipes for dogs remove what is on the surface of the tooth for instance bacteria and food. However, they are ineffective in cleaning out smaller places as compared to a toothbrush.
It is an excellent way to prevent plaque buildup. Dogs usually have a difficult time enjoying it at first but once it becomes part of their daily routine, they will get used to it.
Your veterinarian will be able to determine what is best for your dog's teeth and will be able to address any problems your dog may have. Professional dental cleaning is the most effective technique to keep your dog's teeth healthy.
Most common dental problems faced by dogs:
Take your dog to the vet if you notice any of these signs of dental problems. Don’t let it lead to painful visits to the veterinarian, if the buildup is severe enough, many dogs will require anesthesia to have their teeth and gums cleaned. Look after your pet and keep their teeth healthy!