Your pet’s teeth need to be cleaned every day, just like ours. This removes the film of bacteria on a daily basis preventing tartar build up and gingivitis. You need to do this using special dog tooth brush and dog toothpaste. Most dogs will let you do this especially if it is done regularly from an early age. If this is not possible then chewing should be encouraged on dental sticks (if your dog is small, large dogs will chew it too quickly and not get the benefits) or raw bones from the natures menu range to encourage teeth cleaning.
It is important to choose the right bone for your dog so book a free appointment with our nurses to discuss this. Some breeds are more pre-disposed than others to dental disease, for example sight hounds and toy breeds, so it is essential for them to have good dental hygiene. We will also recommend you use health mouth, a water additive clinically proven to reduce tartar and gingivitis by 75%. It is made from natural and human grade ingredients and has a no drink money back guarantee!