I always thought that dogs needed to chew on certain kinds of bones to help them clean their teeth. As a matter of fact, there are some bones out there marketed towards cleaning teeth.
Apparently, dogs don’t get cavities like we do. That’s a good thing because having one more dental bill may kill me.
Dogs do get other problems thanks to dental hygiene. These problems can lead to other problems such as infections.
It seems like it’s a lot easier to get the dog to clean it’s teeth rather than stick a toothbrush in his/her mouth. We all know how that may end.
Dry food is better than soft food. This is because it is less likely to get stuck in teeth and cause trouble. You know, the stuff they tell us to get us to floss more.
Things that we should be aware of include bad breath, bleeding gums, and excessive drooling.
Here are some products out there that can help:
Video on how to brush teeth