Dog Dental Care: How to Clean your Dog’s Teeth | DrsFosterSmith.com

Learn how to brush your dog’s teeth at home for better canine dental health. Cleaning your dog’s teeth can prevent bad breath, and also in more severe cases, peridontal disease. Preventing bad breath in dogs can be accomplished by keeping a good teeth cleaning schedule. A few minutes a day can prevent plaque buildup, which can lead to more serious disease if left unattended. Ideally, you should brush your dog’s teeth everyday, but at least a few times a week. If you don’t have time for a complete tooth brushing, we offer dental pads which you can use that kill bacteria on the surface of your dog’s teeth, leaving your dog’s breath fresh! Shop Now: www.drsfostersmith.com

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