There are so many simple ways to tackle dog dental care - including dog toothpaste and easy to use toothbrushes, plus tasty dog dental chews. A healthy mouth and fresh breath for all puppies and dogs couldn’t be easier.
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Brushing your dog’s teeth should be as much a daily routine as your own. Periodontal disease, gingivitis and plaque could lead to tooth loss. If you can brush your dog's teeth at least three times a week with a high quality dog toothpaste and dog toothbrush you'll help remove plaque and prevent a build up of tartar.
You'll find a range of dog toothbrushes with angled and multiple heads and even finger toothbrushes. And because dog toothpaste is often meat-flavoured, your dog will view it as a tasty treat. For less willing and cooperative dog's, you could try a dog dental chew which is designed to remove plaque and tartar and freshen breath.