Anesthesia-Free Teeth Cleaning for Dogs
Dogs need their teeth brushed too! Keep up with your pet’s dental health and reduce the risk of dental disease, infection, bad breath, and potential life
threatening kidney and heart disease. You and your dog will enjoy each others company even more with less fear of health problems and more fresh breath kisses for years to come!
Some dogs are not too happy to have their teeth brushed. Others have
never had it done. Of course, the younger your pet is when you start their dental regimen, the more comfortable they will be with the process. If your have never brushed your dog’s teeth, here are some simple tips to help you and your baby get used to
it: Approach your pet gently and start with a washcloth or small, damp rag. Slowly rub along the teeth and gum line as you would with a regular toothbrush. Continue this process consistently twice a day for two weeks and you will notice your pet is much more
willing to take part. The next step is to try the toothbrush. Run the brush under warm water and then brush the teeth gently. Again, consistency is key. After another two weeks of this, you can introduce the toothpaste and enjoy your dog’s healthy, fresh
breath kisses! Of course, we would be happy to provide you with our own professional dog teeth cleaning if you would prefer to take care of your dog’s teeth brushing during the grooming or bathing process.
Other ways to maintain
your dog’s teeth
At Maryelis Lovely Pets, we strive to keep all our furry, four legged friends healthy and happy in every way. We always promote only the best, healthiest products and practices for our babies and yours. The best
way to keep your pet healthy in every aspect of their lives starts at the core with the kind of food you feed your dog. Maintaining your dog’s teeth and overall dental health is no different. Natural, raw foods and treats will help your dog’s coat,
skin, teeth and more. The food actually helps clean your dog’s teeth! Some treats out there like bully sticks and certain bones are also great at scraping away extra plaque buildup while giving your dog something fun and healthy to chew on.
are an important part of our lives for many years. Good dental care is essential to extend your pet's life span and assure a good quality of life. Just like you, your pet needs to receive dental care at home. It is best to begin home care when the puppy or
kitten is between 8 and 12 weeks of age; however, it is never too late. If the Dog has any accumulated tartar, it must be removed.