Practise Good Dental Hygiene For Your Pet Dog

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On top of bad breath, gum disease in dogs can cause discoloration to the teeth and inflammation in the gums. Even worse, it could affect your dog’s heart health.

The fact is oral hygiene is just as important for your dog as it is for you. By three years of age, the majority of dogs and cats would have periodontal disease.

While tooth brushing can help, you would need to brush after every meal and snack in order for it to be effective. Bottom line is, if it isn’t done regularly, it won’t be effective.

This is where some dental treats and chews can help keep plaque and tartar buildup to a minimum. From experience, we feel that the best and most natural way is to give your dog a raw or cooked bone that your pet canine can chew on and on and on until the plaque slowly breaks off.


In addition, do check out, a great finger cloth with nano silver that you can use daily to swipe over your dog’s teeth. Simply rinse it properly after each use and air dry it, discard after 6 weeks. We get this from

So don’t wait till it’s too late! Here’s to good dental hygiene for your pet dog!