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Veterinarians advise dog owners to clean their brush their pet’s teeth daily. But most of us don’t have the time for this task. However, you need not worry as you can follow the following tips to make sure your dog’s teeth remain sparkly clean and healthy.
Give them Good Food
Provide your pet a healthy diet that can ensure their wellbeing and keep their teeth in good shape too. Whole foods, fruits, vegetables, and meats are recommended for nourishment and stronger teeth. Ensure to avoid food produced with cereal grains, meats, and by-products as they are sticky and could cling to your canine’s teeth.
Offer Fruits and Vegetables as Snacks
Pet dogs like snacks and most owners love providing it to them. However, avoid snacks that contain cereal grains, fats, and sugar as they can impact your pet’s dental health. Instead, feed slices of pumpkin, squash, apples, and carrots as these won’t cling to your canine’s teeth. Though these items cannot remove existing plaque, they can scrape off food from the teeth as your pet chews them.
Provide appropriate snack amounts based on your dog’s size. Ensure each snack treat does not exceed 10% of their daily calorie count.
Use Chew Toys
Encourage your canine to chew on tough nylon or rubber chew toys as these are great for cleaning and scraping teeth. Give the chew toy after every meal and train your pet to bite on it for some time.
Provide them Dried Meat Treats
A range of treats made of dried meat is available that offer good chewing action which can help to keep your dog’s teeth clean. You can present dried beef snouts or ears, esophagus, dried tendons, and other pieces that are sought after by most canines.
Avoid Starch-Made Chew Bones
Commercial bones or chews made with starches (typically rice flours, corn, or potato) are stickier than dried meat chews and vegetables. This stuff can have a negative effect on your pet’s teeth when they scrape them compared to chewing on cow bones. Plus, these treats contain ingredients that may not be recommended for your dog’s diet.
Begin a Routine
As a busy person, you may not have the time to brush your pet’s teeth each day let alone after each meal. However, don’t worry about it and focus on establishing a routine for regular dog teeth cleaning. It can be enough to implement the above suggestions and cleaning your canine’s teeth at least one time each week.
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