Oral Hygiene

Brushing your pet’s teeth can prevent many diseases apart from bad breath. The oral hygiene of a dog or cat is very important. In this section, you can find some great advice for taking care of it.

Causes of Halitosis in Dogs

Many people consider halitosis in dogs to be a natural thing. They think it’s completely normal for a dog to smell bad. But this is far from the truth. Sure, you can’t expect your dog’s breath to smell minty fresh,…

Braces for Dogs? It’s Possible!

Orthodontics isn’t the most well-known medical procedure among veterinarians, but now a revolution has come to the world of braces: new braces for dogs. Yes, what you just read is correct. If your dog has any kind of deformity in…

Floss Toys for Dogs

Oral hygiene is often talked about as an essential part of taking care of pets. Although daily brushing is recommended, it can be difficult to do on some dogs. To make it easier, there are toys and treats that act…

How to Choose a Dog Dental Treat

Picking the right dog dental treat is important. Our pets, always faithful, affectionate companions, love treats — and if they’re good for their health too, even better! Chewing and dental health You can avoid the difficult task of brushing your dog’s…

Periodontal Disease in Dogs

Periodontal disease is one of the most common diseases in pets over 2 years old, and most small breeds are at risk. Bacterial plaque accumulates on the gums, and while it’s treatable in its early stages, if it continues without…

7 Canine Dental Care Tips

Dogs need good oral care just like humans! Continue reading to learn about canine dental care. Oral hygiene is a very important topic for dog owners. You can prevent a dog’s teeth from going bad by practicing proper hygiene. Therefore,…