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We were just at Petsmart last night and saw THESE and almost picked them up to give them a try!
Thanks, Arm & Hammer!
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It’s February and you know what that means…it’s pet dental month and time to restock your pup’s supply of essential dental care items and spread the word to remind other canine parents how important it is to take care of those chompers!
Searching around the net for the best deals on your pet dental needs, I came across a great one over at Petscriptions.com! You can get all you and your pup need at a great price. Their Dental Doggy Bag comes with:
- C.E.T. Aquadent — Drinking water additive made by Veterinary Dental Specialists to maintain dental health.
- C.E.T. Toothbrush Kit — Dual ended toothbrush as well as a fingerbrush and a 2.5oz bottle of poultry flavored toothpaste for dogs.
- C.E.T. Toothpaste — An extra tube of poultry flavored toothpaste.
- C.E.T. Hextra Oral Hygiene Chews — 15 count helps prevent plaque and the build up of Tartar-forming bacteria.
There are four different sizes available depending on the size of your dog too!
Until February 28th you can take 10% off your order!
Thanks, Petscriptions for such a great offer this month!
It seems it’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything fun and it’s about time i did, don’t you think?!
Check out these fun and exciting ways you can teach the kids about the importance of your dog’s dental health! And hey, if you’re bored, I won’t tell if you find them fun too! These are all .pdf printable documents, and you’ll be directed to them when you click the links!
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Have fun teaching your kids about canine dental health!
This month is Pet Dental Health Month! Whether it is using dental chews, using water additives, brushing, or getting yearly professional cleanings, taking care of your dog’s teeth is a very important part of your dog’s health. I have seen firsthand what a lack of dental care early on in life can do and it’s not a pretty sight, not to mention extremely painful. That is why, upon meeting new puppy parents for the first time, I ALWAYS recommend that they get started on familiarizing their dog to getting his/her teeth brushed.
If you want to have a dog that is accepting of having his/her teeth brushed, it really is important to start as young as possible and as soon as possible. I’m not saying that you CAN’T do it at an older age, but you will definately make it MUCH EASIER on yourself and your dog if you start early. Follow these four easy steps to establish a quick and easy routine you and your dog will love!
First things first,
Purchase a toothbrush and toothpaste designed SPECIFICALLY for dogs.
DO NOT USE HUMAN TOOTHPASTE! Using the type of toothpaste that we use can be extremely harmful to your dog, as they cannot spit, and should never be used. There is a type of toothpaste formulated specifically to cater to a dog’s needs, can be found at most pet stores such as Petsmart or Petco, and comes in a variety of dog-friendly flavors such as poultry or malt. You can also ask your Veterinarian what he/she recommends based on the needs of your own dog.
Let your dog get used to the taste and consistency of the toothpaste.
This is a pretty easy step, as most dogs LOVE the flavor. Offering some of the toothpaste ON the toothbrush a couple times a day for a couple days will help them get used to the feel of the brush on their tongue, and the sight of the brush means a tasty treat! Create a positive association with the brush and you and your dog will be on your way to healthy dental hygiene in no time!
Gradually and gently start the act of brushing.
Let your dog get used to the feel of the brush against his/her gums and teeth. Don’t start brushing immediately, most dogs tend to get a little spooked at first so I recommend that you just touch the brush to their teeth and gums while speaking in a positive tone. Don’t be forceful or you’ll end up starting the entire process over. Once your dog seems to be comfortable, slowly incorporate the act of brushing.
I recommend that you start a routine with your dog. Let the process become something that you and your dog begin to look forward to! Whether it be once a week and incorporating dental chews, or once a day, remember that it is an important part of your dog’s health!
In honor of your dog’s health, start instituting a ritual this month that creates eagerness in your dog and excitement in you for the many years of licks and kisses to come!