The need to monitor oral hygiene arises not only in humans, but also in their pet, we are talking about dogs. Pet owners need to regularly treat their pet’s teeth and gums, monitor the timely removal of a small plaque, and if necessary, tartar. Timely and high-quality care of the pet’s oral cavity will help to maintain a healthy dental condition, which will be the key to their successful preservation until old age, and will also help to avoid unpleasant, and sometimes painful procedures associated, for example, with gum disease or dental caries.
How to brush your pet’s teeth
In order to avoid numerous torments and bites on the part of the pet, it is necessary to start accustoming to brushing your teeth from the age of four months. To do this, start by using soft brushes without any Continue reading