Teeth Brushing

Teeth brushing and cleaning for your dog, cat or other petHas your pet's breath been a bit hard to bear? Or are you concerned with dental hygiene? Studies have shown that dental disease can cause severe health problems for our beloved pets. Give your pet the gift of clean healthy teeth that can last them a lifetime! Dogs, just like people, can also get cavities. Their teeth should be brushed at least once a week. A diet of dry dog food and plenty of chew toys can help keep your furbaby's teeth healthier.

A couple of common problems that pets lacking dental hygiene have are loose teeth and terrible breath. Does your dog or cat have bad breath? Many studies have shown that 98% of pets with bad breath are suffering from periodontal disease, a direct result of plaque build up. Left untreated, this can cause a bacterial infection, which can then enter the bloodstream and spread to your dog's vital organs such as their kidneys, liver, heart and even their brain! Chances are, if your dog or cat has bad breath, there could very likely be a problem with his or her teeth.

We use a beef flavored toothpaste that is completely safe and edible for pets. It also makes the tooth-brushing experience a bit more tasty! Check your local pet store for dental treats to help keep their teeth in tip top shape!

We do not offer professional teeth cleaning/prophylaxis. This should ONLY be done by your veterinarian as it requires general anesthesia. We recommend having your pet's teeth professionally cleaned at least once a year.

Made in Fort Worth(2009)