How to Take Care of Your Dog’s Teeth at Home
Dogs live for your love, but also for FOOD! When they have a bad tooth, they can't tell you about it. Read on to learn how to take care of their teeth.
There are many ways for our dog to show their affection towards us. While it can come in many sort of ways, one thing we mostly get from our dog is their kisses. Dogs like to lick us, as a way of their gratitude or to express their love to us. But what happens if your dog’s mouth smells bad? It would be a disturbance for both us and our dog. Dog’s bad breath is not something to be taken of lightly, because it might be a sign of dental disease. Dental disease can be source of infection that can spread into other parts of their body, including their heart, kidney, and liver. This is why in this article we will tell you dog’s dental management, including; how do you get plaque off your dog’s teeth? How do you treat a dog with bad breath? Should you brush your dog’s teeth daily? What’s the best oral care for dogs? Remember, pain is not always obvious in cats and dogs but it doesn’t mean it isn’t present!
How Do I Get Plaque Off My Dog’s Teeth?
What is a plaque? Plaque is a layer of mixture of bacteria and food leftover that are present in saliva and coated at teeth. What happens if it’s not treated? This can lead to painful gum’s inflammation (gingivitis). If left undisturbed, it will form a layer called tartar, which can lead for plaque accumulation.