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How To Clean Your Dog’s Teeth At Home

Yellow teeth and bad breath are not the only things to worry about, and such canine infections can also spread to the liver and heart and cause kidney diseases. In addition, the amount that one has to spend on dental extraction is tremendous. The price ranges from $10 per tooth to $1000 to extract a single molar root canal. 


Tips For Cleaning Your Dog’s Teeth And Extending That Life  

  • Brush your dog’s teeth regularly
  • Routine teeth cleanings are a must
  • Feed your dog dry food
  • Give them bones and chew toys 

How To Clean And Brush Your Dog’s Teeth? 

To start with, buy a canine toothbrush. The basic strategy to clean your dog’s teeth is to choose a time when your dog has played enough and is low on energy so that it is more inclined to stay calm and sit still. 

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Cleaning your dog’s teeth at first is not going to be a pleasant experience for you as well as your dog, but you can make it work by giving your dog a treat every time he lets you clean its teeth without hesitating. 

You don’t have to clean all the teeth every day; you can start with just 1-2 teeth per day, as long as your dog is comfortable and allows you to brush its teeth. Gradually your dog will get used to the process. 

Start Cleaning Your Dog’s Teeth When It’s A Puppy 

 Grown-up dogs are not easy to cope with while cleaning teeth but start with brushing your dog’s teeth when it’s a small puppy, and this will assist you in training your dog for teeth cleaning sessions from an early stage. If your dog gets the habit of getting their teeth cleaned as a pup, they will comply with you a lot more, making things easier for you later on.

The Right Toothpaste For Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth 

Fluoride tubes of toothpaste are regular kinds of toothpaste, and they are hazardous to your dog’s health. Do not use human mouthwashes and toothpaste for your dog. Many good pet shops have doggie mouthwash and toothpaste. 

Doggie mouthwash can be diluted and added to water bowls to prevent plaque and bacteria. Doggie mouthwash is safe. However, it would be best if you always dilute it before adding it to your dog’s water bowl.


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