Articles for tag: Dental Health, How to Brush Your Dog's Teeth, Pet Nutrition

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Is it Really Necessary to Brush a Dog’s Teeth?

Get out that little toothbrush and the chicken-flavored toothpaste. It’s time to brush your dog’s teeth. Not only is it a necessary routine, but lack of proper dental care can actually lead to a number of health problems. A daily dental ritual will combat the ill effects of periodontal disease and keep your dog’s teeth ...

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Don’t Ignore Your Dog’s Broken Tooth

It is relatively common for dogs to break or crack their teeth. It can happen from chewing on hard objects or from getting hit in the mouth. Breaking a tooth is a painful injury, especially if the nerve is exposed. You may notice your dog scratching the side of his face, drooling, or licking excessively. ...

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Why Does My Dog Smell so Bad?

Dogs have natural body odors that are as individual to them as ours is to us, and their natural odor should not be objectionable. A dog with truly offensive “doggy odor” or “doggie breath” may have a physical illness or infection that creates a foul smell. Of course, it could just be that your dog ...

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Five Common Dental Problems in Dogs

Did you know that dogs have dental problems just like humans? In general, most occur as a result of a build up of calculus or tartar. For this reason, it is just as important to brush your dog’s teeth as it is your own. So, what are the most common dental problems for dogs? They ...