Don't Know How to Brush Your Dog's Teeth ❓ Just Master These Steps ✅

✅ How often should you brush your dog's teeth ❓
Puppy teeth need to be brushed daily. Using a pet-specific toothpaste and toothbrush daily is a great way to prevent plaque and tartar. And you can also use treats and toys that are designed to scrape away plaque.


✅How to brush your dog's teeth ❓
1. Familiarize your dog with a human hand in his mouth. Try slowly, it's better to have someone the dog knows and trusts around to soothe.


2. Show your dog the toothbrush first and let them sniff it, most dogs need to inspect the toothbrush before they will allow you to put it in their mouth.


3. Brush your dog's teeth gently without toothpaste. Familiarize your dog with the sensation first. The canine is the longest tooth on either side of the front four teeth, and this is the easy tooth to brush. Carefully pull up the lip and insert the toothbrush.


4. Let him lick some toothpaste off your finger. This introduces your dog to what you are doing, makes them less passive and builds a sense of security.


5. After you have brushed both teeth and have let your dog taste the toothpaste, it's time to add the toothpaste to the toothbrush. Don't use human toothpaste, it can make your dog sick. Use a toothpaste designed specifically for dogs, many of which have attractive flavorings added, such as beef.


6. Carefully brush along the gum line. Talk to your dog, encourage him, pet him, brush a little at a time and take your time. Note: It is not necessary to brush the inside of your dog's teeth. The dog's tongue can usually handle the plaque on the inside of the teeth. Just brush the outside of your dog's teeth well and those teeth will be healthy.


💯 Brushing your dog's teeth every day can prevent some oral infections, such as periodontitis, which can greatly affect the health of the rest of your dog's body If you can't brush your dog's teeth every day, brush them at least once or twice a week ❗️

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