Caring for your pup’s teeth

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Caring for your pup’s teeth

Have you ever been overwhelmed by bad doggy breath? This is because your dog’s teeth need special care and cleaning to keep them healthy and clean just like any owner. Introduce teeth brushing to a pup slowly to ensure that they get used to the sensation. Then begin by choosing a special doggy paste and introduce treats each time your dog tolerates a little brushing. This will make it a positive experience for him or her. Our dog groomers in Cardiff will be able to advise you on teeth cleaning if you are unsure on how to make it a comfortable experience for your canine friend.

It is best to keep teeth brushing a short exercise but try to introduce it as part of your pup’s daily routine to ensure their teeth stay healthy. Introduce a hard chew toy to keep plaque at bay. If you find that regular cleaning does not seem to take away the severe odour of doggy breath then try out a teeth cleaning treatment at our Chepstow dog groomers. If you find that this does not help, a trip to the vet will eliminate any bacterial infections or gum disease which may be causing your dog’s oral health problems.

This article was written by Mucky Pups