Dog Oral Care

A Dog Owner's Guide to Doggy Dental Care
A Dog Owner's Guide to Doggy Dental Care

Dental care is just as important for your four-legged friend as it is for you. Dogs are not prone to cavities like humans are, since they are less likely to have a diet as high in sugar. Nevertheless, they do get plaque and tartar build-up on their teeth which can lead to […]

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The Dog Owners Guide to Puppy Teeth
The Dog Owners Guide to Puppy Teeth

If you want to know about puppy teeth then you are in the right place. Puppies are normally always born without teeth with the Incisors being the first teeth to develop (these normally start to grow when the puppy has reached two to three weeks of age). The canines and premolars are […]

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The Dog Owners Guide To Dog Teeth
The Dog Owners Guide To Dog Teeth

Nearly all dogs will have a total of 42 teeth (although some breeds do have less including Bulldogs, Pugs and Pekinese). The arrangement of the teeth are as follows… Upper Jaw – Six incisors, two canines, eight premolars and four molars. Lower Jaw – Six incisors, two canines, eight premolars and six premolars – (See […]

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The Dog Owners Guide To Canine Teeth Cleaning
The Dog Owners Guide To Canine Teeth Cleaning

Canine teeth cleaning is as important for your dog or puppy as it is for humans. Of course basic care of your pooches teeth should be part of their overall health care regime. In fact most dogs would have had some input from a vet in relation to basic check ups etc […]

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Guide To Canine Bad Breath For Dog Owners
Guide To Canine Bad Breath For Dog Owners

Canine bad breath is actually a preventable problem often caused by periodontal disease (the two most common forms are Gingivitis and Periodontitis). When we say doggie breath is a preventable problem we simply mean by brushing your dog's teeth on a regular basis you will reduce the chances of dental plaque and […]

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