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Most people are familiar with the importance of brushing their teeth, but did you know brushing your dog’s teeth is just as crucial? Dogs love treats as much as their owners do, so dog dental toothpaste is specifically designed to remove plaque and tartar from teeth. Plus, it comes in various flavours that your four-legged friend will love!
Medicated dog toothpaste can also help to prevent gum disease, and it’s available in both tubes and pump bottles for easy application. VetShopAustralia has a collection of some of the best dog toothpaste to suit every furry friend’s taste and style. When paired with our other dog dental products, such as our dog toothbrush and dental sprays, you can keep your pup’s teeth and gum health to the optimum.
Every dog owner knows regular brushing is essential for keeping their pet’s teeth clean and healthy. First, it helps remove plaque and tartar buildup that can eventually lead to gum disease and tooth decay. Secondly, brushing can also help to prevent bad breath. And last but not least, it’s an excellent way to bond with your dog! While there is a variety of toothpaste for dogs, it’s important to choose one specifically designed for pets. Human toothpaste can harm dogs, so use only safe toothpaste.
There is a variety of dog toothpaste in Australia, each with its unique benefits. For instance, some dog toothpaste is formulated to help reduce tartar buildup, such as our Dentipet Toothpaste in flavours of beef and chicken and Clean Teeth Oral Care Gel which doesn’t require brushing. Others contain enzymes that help break down plaque, like our Petosan Toothpaste Poultry Flavour and Prozym RF2 Toothpaste Kit, which also eliminates bad breath in dogs.
Like humans, dogs must have their teeth brushed regularly to maintain good oral health. The frequency of brushing will depend on the dog’s needs, but most experts recommend brushing at least once a week. Some dogs may need to be brushed more often, especially if they are prone to tartar buildup or have other dental issues.
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