Dog Dental Products
Keep Your Dog Healthier And More Kissable!

dog dental products, smiling Maltese puppy If you need a good reason to start using dog dental products, try this: experts say that taking care of a dog's teeth will add five years to his life!

Regular use of dental products especially designed for cleaning and brushing dog teeth, will not only give your dog a great smile, he will also be healthier as a result! Unfortunately, brushing dog teeth isn't always thought of as a priority by pet owners and is often an overlooked part of dog grooming.

While there are lots of great dog dental products to help keep plaque at bay, the dog tooth brush is still the number one tool for the job, but I've never seen a dog use one without his owner's help!

Sadly, serious health consequences, as well as painful toothaches for your dog, can result from overlooking this area of dog hygiene. Also, a lot of dogs seem to have high pain thresholds so you may never know if he/she is suffering in silence.

Like many dog lovers, you may have wondered about dog dental products and if you should be brushing your dog's teeth. The answer is a resounding yes, because just like humans, plaque accumulates on your dog’s teeth and needs to be removed. Dental hygiene is so enormously tied to your dog's health and well-being, that it rates as a "must do" priority.

The following three products shown below are the no-brush-needed approach to get your pet started on the road to cleaner teeth:

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Dog Dental Products - When To Start?

The ideal time to start getting your dog used to brushing is when he is very young. Regular use of dog dental products will help prevent the build up of plaque and bacteria that leads to gum disease.

It has been reported that dental disease is near the top of the list of health problems diagnosed by veterinarians. Not only that, but many other serious canine disorders are started by oral infections traveling through the blood supply to other parts of the body. So don't delay.

Keeping your dog's teeth in good shape can really help your best friend lead a healthier and longer life. Here are some basics of a preventative dental plan and using dog dental products:

Triple Pet EZDOG Toothpaste Triple Pet All Natural Dog Toothpaste
Triple Pet All Natural Toothpaste
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Kissable Toothpaste
For Dogs

Petrodex Enzymatic Toothpaste Poultry Flavor

  • Start out with a complete dog dental exam to check for any unseen problems.
  • Brush your dog's teeth at least three times a week, daily if possible.
  • Be alert to changes in condition – bleeding gums, discoloration, chronic bad dog breath or less interest in eating. If any, see Vet right away.
  • Keep your pet on a healthy, natural diet. (See premium dog food page for advice).
  • Encourage chewing of chew toys and bones specifically designed for dog dental care - under supervision of course.
  • Schedule regular pet health and dental check-ups.

How to use Dog Dental Products:

Before introducing your pet to a dog tooth brush, gradually get him used to short sessions of ever-so-gently massaging his gums and teeth with your finger. First give your dog some affectionate petting around his head and when he starts to get all laid back, casually slip your finger in under his lip. Initially you can put some gravy on your finger to get his interest.

When he is comfortable with this routine, you can do the same thing with dog toothpaste – don’t worry, this special toothpaste is non-foaming, edible, and no rinsing is necessary. After a few days, move on to some short sessions with a doggie finger brush. When your dog is comfortable accepting this, you can trray a session with a regular dog tooth brush.

Whatever you do, don't give up - just keep practicing and it will work out.

Note Make sure that throughout these steps, you give lots of praise and affection and follow up with a dental treat so that Rover gets to view this as a positive experience.

Dog Dental Products For Cleaning And Brushing Dog Teeth:

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Finger Toothbrush For Dogs

This is the finger toothbrush I talked about earlier. It will probably be easier for Rover to accept this method of brushing when you first get him started.

Triple Pet EZDOG Pet Dental Kit for Large Breed Dogs

Triple Pet EZDOG Pet Dental Kit
These kits are available for large or small dogs. Each kit has both the doggie toothpaste and the toothbrush that you will eventually want to use after your dog has accepted the finger brush above. The toothbush is a clever design that cleans both sides of the teeth at the same time.

Zuke's Z-Bones Grain Free Edible 18 Count Dental Chews, 0.45-Ounce ea, Clean Carrot CrispZukes Z-Ridge Dental Chew Bone
Zukes Z-Ridge Dental Chew Bone

Now your dog can benefit from a healthy dental bone with natural breath freshening ingredients and specially designed ridges that help reduce plaque while he chews. The bone also delivers a polishing action to the teeth.

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Greenies Regular

Approved by the Veterinary Oral Health Council to assist with removal of both plaque and tartar. Greenies also reduce gingivitis and freshen your dog's breath. They are 100% edible, with a new shape that makes breaking and chewing easy and enjoyable for your dog.

NOTE OF CAUTION: As with any product you give your dog to chew, be sure to supervise this activity, at least until you are confident that your pet chews it in a safe manner.

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