Dental care for your dog

Dogs may have bad breath, too. It indicates inadequate dog dental hygiene. Dogs with good teeth and a nutritious diet are less likely to develop halitosis, gum disease, and tartar.

Brushing a dog's teeth between professional cleanings is helpful. At least three times a week is adequate to maintain a dog's mouth healthy.

Toys keep dogs busy and enhance their dental health. Chew toys' abrasive texture removes plaque and inhibits tartar buildup. Toys may help deter dogs from eating furniture or shoes.

Dental wipes may replace dog tooth brushing. Some dogs hate having their teeth cleaned, while others won't comply. Dental wipes remove biofilms from dogs' teeth.

Dog dental treats and diet promote oral health. Active chewers have less plaque buildup. Chewing may help. Increasing kibble width by 50% decreased tartar by 42%, a study found. 

Dog dental treats and diet promote oral health. Active chewers have less plaque buildup. Chewing may help. Increasing kibble width by 50% decreased tartar by 42%

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