When your dog doesn’t chew its food, it may be a sign the dog doesn’t like the food, or it’s too easy to swallow.
Poor dental health can lead to tooth loss, heart disease, and other health problems. Provide proper dental care for your dog.
Learn the truth about whether wet or dry dog food is better for your puppy’s teeth. Plus tips for dental care from the experts at Vetster.
Provide proper dental care to prevent gingivitis. Failing to do so can cause tooth loss, potential damage to bones, and tumors.
Work with your dog and use simple tips to stop a puppy from biting: discipline, distraction, firm commands, and no rough play.
The Porphyromonas vaccine helps dogs avoid periodontitis damage by reducing the risk of bone changes caused by dental disease.
Your dog’s dental health is also important to take good care of because they can also develop various dental diseases. Dental diseases are caused by the migration of plaque from the teeth to the soft tissues of the gums, which then causes irritation and eventually, if not treated, infection. You can maintain your dog’s good… Continue Reading
The good news is that you can take care of your senior dog’s teeth and gums and make a few minor adjustments to their diet in order to greatly improve their quality of life.
Practicing good dog oral hygiene by adding the right foods and using the right products can ensure your dog has healthy teeth.
Dental chews and water additives aren’t a substitute for regular toothbrushing. But they are an excellent addition to a dog’s oral hygiene.