Pet Toothbrush – good oral health
Does your dog suffer from bad breath? Is his teeth starting to discolour? It could be that his dental health is not in good shape. Pet’s dental and oral health is extremely important for their overall wellbeing. Ask your vet to give your pet a thorough oral and dental check before you start brushing or treating teeth. If the teeth are already discoloured, the vet might have to do a deep clean using specialized dental instruments. Once the teeth are clean, you can maintain it by regular teeth brushing.
Direct brushing of a dog’s teeth and gums helps prevent problems such as doggy breath, loose or infected teeth and gingivitis. There are also treats available to keep teeth clean but make sure that you read the instructions on how many to feed. When brushing your pet’s teeth, you need to use pet safe toothpaste. Pet Dent Toothpaste is a malt flavoured toothpaste and even if dogs swallow it, it is safe. The Pet Dent Toothbrush can be used as a dog toothbrush or cat toothbrush.
Here are some pointers to look out for when pet’s are having dental or oral problems:
- Bad breath
- Yellowing teeth
- Pet’s finding it difficult to chew
- Pet’s refusing to eat
- Pet’s reluctant to let you look inside their mouths
- Sensitivity around the muzzle area
- Sensitivity to wind and cold
- Pet’s being aggressive
Your pet’s oral health should be just as important as your own. Consult your vet if you are unsure of your pet’s dental health.
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