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Let’s check out a couple of best dog teeth cleaning products in the dog toothpaste category.
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I'm writing you this letter to let you know how much I like your product. My puppies were about 1 year old, when they first started showing signs of tartar build up even though I had been brushing their teeth with dog toothpaste. I came across a competitors(Leba) ad in a magazine, so I tried it for awhile and saw no results. Then I saw your product in a magazine claiming to do the same, but I almost did not purchase it because of my experience with the last product. However, we tried it. My girls( She-She and Bella) are now 2 1/2 yrs old and their Vet says their teeth look great. They are no were near ready for a dental cleaning. I now only have to use your products for maintenance a few times a week. We will continue to use PetzLife and recommend your product forever.
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Eating kibble and expecting it to clean a dog’s teeth is the equivalent of eating hard pretzels and expecting them to keep a human’s teeth clean. This dog teeth cleaning gel from Tropiclean is perfectly safe and can be used on dogs of all age.
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Photo provided by FlickrA professional cleaning can keep your dog’s teeth and gums clean and healthy.
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You might have heard about anesthesia free dental cleanings from a local groomer, pet store, word of mouth or even some veterinary providers. Commonly known as anesthesia free dental cleanings, the practice involves scaling (scraping with an instrument) of a dog or cat’s teeth without putting the pet under anesthesia.When a dog develops plaque on its teeth, calcium deposits in its saliva can combine with the plaque and form tartar. Tartar can build up and cause tooth decay, gum disease, tooth loss and other medical issues relating to gum disease. Hardened tartar that has built up over time must be removed by a veterinarian who uses specialized tools and anesthesia to put the dog under while the work is performed. To prevent subjecting your dog to this stress, you can apply a few techniques at home to clean and remove tartar buildup on your dog's teeth without the use of a vet.Are you searching for “dog dental cleaning” or “cat dental cleaning” in Gilbert or Chandler, Arizona? If so, Chandler Gilbert Animal Hospital can help! We provide (pet) cat and dog teeth cleaning services near you.Invest in a cleaning system for a dog's teeth that has been designed to help remove plaque. Systems like PlaqueOff, Suzie's Tartar Liquid and PetzLife Oral Care Gel provide effective tartar removal for many pet owners. Follow the directions provided with the system for application and cleaning technique to achieve the best results.Experts recommend getting your pet’s teeth cleaned professionally every 6 months – 1 year depending on your breed of dog. If you are taking great care of your cat’s or dog’s teeth already, you may only have to take your pet every other year. However, always discuss your options with a vet before taking any serious action.Give your dog hard foods, treats and toys that will help to remove dental plaque and tartar as the dog chews. Soft foods tend to leave behind residue and debris, while other foods and toys are specially designed to help clean a dog's teeth. In addition to regular brushing and tartar maintenance, feeding your dog the right foods and giving it the right kinds of food will help keep tartar at bay.