Caring For Teeth PreventativelyONE
Your dog needs to get ONE professional cleaning each year. This is important because it can help keep their teeth and gums in good condition, as well as help spot any issues before they become worse.
In order to keep your dog’s mouth clean and healthy, you need to brush their teeth THREE times a week. If you don’t know how to brush their teeth, stay tuned - we’ll give you some tips.
By the age of TWO years old, your dog should get their first dental cleaning. By this time, you should have been practicing at home, and hopefully, they won’t be too scared.
You will want to brush your pup’s teeth for SIXTY seconds per session. This ensures that you’ve had time to get all of the hard to reach places, and have covered the surfaces.
Your To-Do List
- Brush their teeth at least three times per week.
- Examine their teeth and gums weekly.
- Provide vet-approved chew toys for your pup to play with.
- Schedule a professional cleaning once a year.
Teeth Cleaning ToolsIf you don’t know what you need to keep on hand to clean your dog’s teeth, here is a generic list to get you started:
- Finger Brush
- Nylon Toothbrush
- Dog-Specific Toothpaste
- Chew Toys
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