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Old 03-31-2014, 08:42 AM

RE: Brushing dog's teeth

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Good for you!

Brushing your dogs teeth and keeping him at a healthy weight are two of the best things you can do as preventative maintenance.

I brush all five of my Chihuahuas teeth every night. After the habit was established it became very easy. We didnt do it when they were younger and I really wish that we had. Dental cleanings are expensive and requires that the dog be anesthetized, which always carries a risk. Additionally it is likely that a dog without regular will lose some teeth. This makes eating crunch food harder. A soft food diet generally contains more calories and aids in teeth decay when compared to a crunchy food diet. My vet always comments how happy he is that we take the time to brush their teeth every night and keep them at a healthy weight, he says he wishes all of his clients would do the same.
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