Dog Dental Care
Dog Dental Care
Your dog uses their teeth for most of their daily challenges. Their teeth chew through dog toys, dog treats and sometimes even their dog beds. Taking care of your dog’s teeth is essential and Pet Life carries top brands to keep your dog’s teeth sparkling. Brushing your dog’s teeth is a practice that should be done multiple times a week with dog toothbrushes and dog toothpaste will prevent plaque and tartar buildup on your pups teeth. Oral care for your dog isn’t just about them having sparkling teeth its an important component for your dog’s overall health. Since over 80% of dogs show signs of oral diseases by age 3 its never been more important to start brushing your dog’s teeth. With our flavored dog tooth paste your dog will love brushing their teeth. With flavors like peanut butter and berry provide your dog with fresh breath and clean teeth while fighting off plaque with natural ingredients. In between cleanings dental dog treats can help if you find it difficult to brush their teeth. Since your dogs will be chewing and enjoying these dog dental chews it is a natural way for your dog to keep their teeth clean. Some of our dog dental treats have omega 3 fatty acids which can help reduce inflammation in the gums with every bite. Each treat is specifically formulated to give your dog exactly what they need while keeping their teeth and gums free from plaque buildup. Some of our dental treats also control weight gain, joint health, along with skin and coat heath. Dental dog treats can aid in helping fight the bacteria in between brushing to help keep their teeth sparkling. Hard dog chews can also help with a variety of other factors which includes digestive health dog treats for sensitive stomachs and breath care dog treats to take care of their bad breath. Since dental treats can aid in your overall dog’s heath it’s the optimal choice when choosing dog treats. Having a problem getting rid of that nasty dog breath dog dental sprays can freshen your dog’s breath white it fights off the bacteria. Fight off plaque and tartar at the source by controlling the bacteria that causes bad breath. We also highly recommend checking out our water additives, these additives are great when adding to water that both hydrates and cleans your dogs mouth sort of like an all-natural oral rinse. These help freshen breathe while helping remove tartar and plaque and help prevent gingivitis.
While you should still schedule a cleaning with your vet and keep their teeth healthy with our dog dental care products from Pet Life you should also make sure to inspect your dogs mouth constantly to make sure they're always sparking white. There are many indications and steps down owners can always take to make sure their teeth are healthy, White teeth doesn't necessary mean healthy teeth, there can be a variety of issues that for instance a dentist or human dental expert can find that washes, toothbrushes and gels might not pick up on. Researching the right toothbrushes for dogs is as essential as researching the right sprays to buy. Gums are tougher in dogs than humans but all gums are always vulnerable to the food we feed them to the chews and treats they eat. Some Dental Chews are harder on the teeth than others and some larger and huskier dogs are always looking to gnaw and looking for something more durable. It's important we understand our dogs and the curvatures and ridges of their teeth and the best way of knowing is to always consult with your local vet or dental experts as gums or mouths are one of the highest internal elements that are exposed.