Canine dental care
Tooth brush and tooth paste for your family pet. Felines and canines can avoid a tooth ache if pet owners consider the "silent disease" that places your pets at risk.
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Since: May 07
#1 Dec 6, 2010
Yes, I agree that canine dental care is so important. Dog owners need to pay attention to signs like their pets having bad breath as it could be a sign of something more serious. I definitely think it’s important to brush your pet’s teeth regularly. If you start doing it when they’re young, they’ll just get used to it. I took my dog to have a really thorough cleaning at the vet, he had to go under anesthesia. I was a little worried because he is so small, but everything worked out. The vet suggested a few products to use, but I found one that a company called Therabreath makes that works really well. There’s an article about that here: http://www.therabreath.com/art_dogs.asp . I just put two capfuls as directed into my dog’s water, and his breath has improved so much since I started using it. My dog’s breath was really bad and I couldn’t believe how much better it got.
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