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.
Periodontitis in dogs describes an infection in a dog’s mouth that affects its gums, teeth, and bones. If left untreated, it can be severe.
Work with your dog and use simple tips on how to stop a puppy from biting: discipline, distraction, firm commands, and no rough play.
Dog teeth cleaning guide: Brush early, brush often to prevent dental problems or infections that could shorten your dog’s life.
Getting their puppy teeth can be as painful for puppies as the process is for human babies. Unlike babies who cry, puppies ease their discomfort by chewing.
A blast of dog bad breath can be repulsive, but you can easily determine the cause of dog bad breath smells and then formulate a plan to get rid of it.
By Karen A. Soukiasian A healthy dog should not have bad breath. The reality is, approximately 80 percent of dogs do suffer from gingivitis or a periodontal disease by the time they are 5 years old. Now and then a simple dental procedure such as a professional cleaning or perhaps a bad tooth extracted can… Continue Reading