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Steps to Improve Your Dog’s Dental Health And Oral Hygiene

Dental care is very important for keeping your dog healthy, it prevents them from having dental and gum problems.

Poor oral hygiene can lead to plaque and tartar build-up which causes tooth decay and gum disease. Your dog’s diet can also affect its dental health; for instance, dogs that eat kibble are more prone to dental problems than those that eat raw, so it is very crucial that you take care of your dog's teeth as needed.

Dog teeth brushing

From teeth brushing to serving your dog raw bones here are some tips and steps to follow in order to keep your dog's teeth healthy and clean, and most importantly prevent bacteria formation and plaque buildup.

It is also essential to let your vet check your dog’s teeth and gums from time to time, to ensure its dental health.


1. Teeth brushing

Keeping our dogs clean and healthy is our main priority for sure, but it is crucial to train and involve our dogs in the process in a way that makes it fun for them; whether it's grooming, nail clipping or teeth brushing you should train your dog to enjoy the process and be willing to cooperate with you.