Clean dog teeth

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Posted by Schnoodle Mummy | Posted in Schnoodle Care, Schnoodle Grooming | Posted on 02-10-2011

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Cleaning dogs teeth

Cleaning dogs teeth

Want advice on cleaning a dogs teeth?

Fido breathing his hot and stinky dog breath in your direction, yuk, there is nowt like it, thankfully!

Starting a teeth cleaning regime when your Schnoodle is a young pup is the best way to bring make it a routine they become used to.

Regular cleaning will help to keep your dog healthy and less likely to suffer from dog breath.

Wild dogs chew on raw bones, which acts and a natural scraper of the plaque and removes any soft meat that may get stuck in the teeth.  If plaque and old meat remain in the teeth this assists the growth of bacteria which in turn causes plaque and bad breath.

Canned and dried commercial dog food offers very little opportunity for the removal of plaque, in fact they can add to the problem.

For cleaning dogs teeth naturally pet stores can offer advice on bones suitable for your dog as part of their mouth cleaning routine, along with teeth cleaning.

Part of a regular check up with your vets should include a check of the teeth for decay.  Most vets off a plaque cleaning service but it does involve an anaesthetic.

Keeping your dog healthy and happy is part of responsible dog ownership.  If in doubt about his health make an appointment with your veterinarian.

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