We prefer rawhide, synthetic, and starch-based dog chew bones since actual bones might splinter and create gastric issues.
We recommend frequent dental checkups and cleanings for your dog or cat. Like you, your pet requires dental care twice a year.
You'll become used to your pet's teeth and gums by inspecting them weekly. Broken teeth or red, inflamed gums are simple to spot.
Brushing his teeth keeps him clean and happy, much like cleaning his fur. Slowly let your pet sniff and taste the toothpaste.
Use cat or dog toothpaste while brushing your pet. Fluorides in human toothpaste are toxic to pets.
Puppies and kittens adapt to tooth brushing and inspection faster. Congratulations if you can start cleaning with a young pet! Your elder pet is OK.
Today's popular tartar-control treats shouldn't be used to clean your pet's teeth. They enhance dental routines.
To preserve dental and general health, feed your pet a balance of high-quality wet and dry meals and treats.