Ideally, paw parent should aim to brush their dog’s teeth daily, or every other day.
Many paw parents tend to neglect the importance of pet oral care. In fact, similar to ourselves, maintaining good pet oral hygiene is very important to keep our pets healthy and happy.
Without proper oral care,
these bacteria will continue to remain in their mouths, forming build-ups (tartar) around their teeth.
which can lead to bad breaths, dental diseases and potential health problems.
How to spot poor oral hygiene?
If you notice your pet has patches of brown or yellowish fur around its mouth or at their paws, it’s a sign that you need to take care of their oral hygiene!
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It’s their habit to bite and lick their body parts. By having a clean oral hygiene, less bacteria will be transferred to the body during these biting and licking activities. This protects further from skin irritation or infections.