Do you think you’ve done your best to take care of your puggle? In order for a puggle to grow into a healthy, well-trained dog, you may have created a list of pet needs. Nutritious food, daily exercise, vaccines, and good shelter are some of the things you’ve listed on your list. But have you ever thought that brushing or dental care should be included in the list?
In fact, brushing your puggle should be done regularly to prevent dental and oral problems and to maintain the general condition of your dog’s mouth and other related organs. In order to make it easy and enjoyable for puggles to brush their teeth, in addition to collecting everything you need, it helps if you know the right skills. Veterinarians advise owners to brush their dogs’ teeth at least every other day. This is to prevent the formation of plaque and tartar. If the plaque is not removed, it can form tartar. Tartar stimulates the gums, causing an inflammation called gingivitis.
Tartars cause bad breath. Periodontal disease and other dental and oral related diseases can be avoided if your dog brushes and cleans its teeth properly. Use his toothbrush, especially his toothbrush or pad, to clean your teeth first. When choosing your dog’s toothpaste, remember that dogs and people have different tastes. Dogs don’t like smelly human toothpaste and the peppermint smell of toothpaste can make your dog’s stomach uncomfortable. So be sure to buy toothpaste and toothbrush specially made for dogs. Once your dog is used to the cleaning products you are going to use, brushing your dog’s teeth is easy to get. Then slowly increase the amount of brushing. Try to make brushing as pleasant as possible, and finally remember to praise your dog.
In addition to regular dental care at home, it’s also important to have your veterinarian examine your puggle. A thorough dental examination can identify potential oral problems, such as plaque and plaque buildup, gingivitis, periodontal disease, and tooth breakage or abscess. Once your dog’s teeth are found to have tartar, your veterinarian needs to remove and polish the teeth. Brushing your teeth is not just the only way to brush your dog’s teeth. Your veterinary dentist recommends giving your dog hard plates and toys, such as rope toys or rawhide, to prevent plaque from accumulating on your teeth. Dog gums and various diseases can cause serious tooth problems. Therefore, as a dog owner’s characteristic article, you must pay attention to your dog’s teeth and gums to prevent your beloved pet from damaging his dazzling smile.
-- Bearded Collie
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-- Bearded Collie
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