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The importance of brushing your teeth is well known to most people, but did you know that you should also brush your dog's teeth? In order to remove plaque and tartar from dogs' teeth, special dog dental toothpaste is designed for them. The best part is that it comes in a variety of flavours that your four-legged friend will love!
Medicated dog toothpaste can also help to prevent gum disease and it’s available in both tubes and pump bottles for easy application. Here at Dr Carl, you can find the best dog toothpaste that will suit the taste and style of every furry friend. Combined with our other dog dental products, such as our dog toothbrush and dental spray, you can ensure your pup's teeth and gums remain healthy.
What are the benefits of brushing your dog's teeth?
It is essential for dog owners to brush their pets' teeth regularly to maintain a healthy mouth. Aside from removing plaque and tartar from the teeth, it helps prevent gum disease and tooth decay from developing. In addition to preventing bad breath, brushing can also improve your oral health. Also, it's an excellent way to bond with your dog! It's important to choose a toothpaste specifically made for dogs, even though there are a variety of options. Do not use human toothpaste on your dog, as it can harm them.
Which types of toothpaste are available for dogs?
Dog toothpaste is available in Australia in a variety of forms, each of which has its own benefits. The Dentipet Toothpaste in beef and chicken flavours, as well as our Clean Teeth Oral Care Gel, which doesn't require brushing, are examples of dog toothpaste formulated to reduce tartar buildup.
When should I brush my dog's teeth with medicated dog toothpaste?
Keeping your dogs' teeth clean is essential for their oral health. Brushing a dog’s teeth depends on their needs, but most experts recommend brushing at least once a week. If your dog is prone to tartar buildup or has other dental problems, you may need to brush their teeth more frequently
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