Recently Wynston and I were at the vet and the doctor asked if I had ever taken Wynston in to get his teeth cleaned. I told him no, and that I have a daily dental routine for him to keep his pearly whites bright and shining! The doctor proceeded to tell me how pristine and gorgeous Wyn’s teeth are. My secret?! Dental chews!
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We all know how important pet dental health is. Did you know that 8 out of 10 dogs over the age of three have dental or gum disease? In order to avoid costly dental procedures in the future, it’s necessary to be proactive about your dog’s dental health. I personally know how difficult it can be to brush your dog’s teeth, and while it is important to do so, dental chews are a great product for your canine companion to maintain healthy teeth and gums!
I admit it. I’m horrible about brushing my dog’s teeth. I give them dental chews daily (and they have really healthy teeth!) but I know I need to get into a better routine of cleaning their teeth. The new Emmi-pet Ultrasound Toothbrush will get me started on that new routine!
My dogs love bones. Rawhides, dental sticks and chew bones…my dogs will gnaw on them all.
Khloee and Wynston both have tiny mouths so they take a while to eat any type of bone. Rawhides last forever in my house. The only thing that gets eaten up right away is dental sticks.
Be honest – do you brush your dog or cat’s teeth? Did you know that only 2% of pet owners brush their pet’s teeth?
Um, I’m guilty. I don’t brush my animal’s teeth. I do, however, take preventative measures to ensure that my babies maintain bright beautiful smiles! Here are some things you can do to avoid a costly dental procedure in the future.