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5 Ways to Keep Your Pet's Teeth Tip Top | Dog Solutions

Dogs may benefit from having their teeth brushed. The hard part: doing it. Few of us have the time, discipline – or the cooperative pet – to brush teeth on a daily basis. Brushing may slow down the buildup of plaque and tartar, but there are other things you can do too.

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Prevent Teeth Problems at Every Stage of Your Dog’s Life | Dog Solutions

From puppies to senior dogs, let’s take a quick look at dog teeth problems and dog dental care through every stage of your fur buddy’s life. Dog teeth problems — they’re not something you want for your dog. So what can you do to prevent them? Dogs can suffer from a variety of dental diseases […]

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10 Reasons to take care of your pet's teeth | Dog Solutions

10 reasons for using PlaqueOff Animal every day: 1. Healthy teeth equals better breath! – A much better good morning hug from your pet! 2. Bad Breath and teeth may lead to dental disease which can actually lead to problems with your pet’s organs, such as the heart. 3. Retained baby teeth can cause problems in pets […]

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Tartar - what is it and is it bad for my dog and cat? | Dog Solutions

Tartar is also known as dental calculus. It consists of hardened bacteria. This hardened bacteria, or tartar, occurs when dental plaque gets stuck on your pet's teeth and then comes in contact with their saliva. So what is tartar? there are two types: There are two types and one of them is more harmful than the other

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Bad Breath? Take action! | Dog Solutions

When Halitosis (bad breath) raises its head, it’s time to take action. Halitosis may result from tartar buildup on the teeth. This marks the start of odour-producing bacteria. After eating, small particles of food can be left behind in your pet’s mouth. When these particles break down an environment where oral bacteria flourishes is created. What does […]

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Kibble Catastrophe When It Comes To Kitty Dental Health | Dog Solutions

Reviewing many studies shows that dry food (kibble) does not clean a cat’s teeth any better than eating pretzels cleans ours! At best: Dry food may tend to produce slightly less tartar than canned food. However, for cats the benefits of feeding canned food may outweigh possible dental problems that may result. After all, […]

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10 Reasons to take care of your pet's teeth | Dog Solutions

10 reasons for using PlaqueOff Animal every day: 1. Healthy teeth equals better breath! – A much better good morning hug from your pet! 2. Bad Breath and teeth may lead to dental disease which can actually lead to problems with your pet’s organs, such as the heart. 3. Retained baby teeth can cause problems in pets […]

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Howling Tooth Infections - What are the signs? | Dog Solutions

Not all dogs howl in pain when they get a tooth infection. Do you know what symptoms to look for? What can one use to help your fur buddy and when must you see your vet? Like most people, dogs get tooth niggles like aches and infections. A common reason for tooth infections may be […]

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Kibble Catastrophe When It Comes To Kitty Dental Health | Dog Solutions

Reviewing many studies shows that dry food (kibble) does not clean a cat’s teeth any better than eating pretzels cleans ours! At best: Dry food may tend to produce slightly less tartar than canned food. However, for cats the benefits of feeding canned food may outweigh possible dental problems that may result. After all, […]

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