For those of us who don't feed raw,how do you maintain your dogs dental health?
Brush her teeth every day
Hershey Kisses, In charge of getting Ed out to the dog park so that he gets some exercise.
brushing. some chew toys like nylabones ad safer bones hel as well. but yes, my vet said to brush them daily (I admit I am terrible at this, and aim for as often per week as I can!)
Charlie (foster) and Rocky
bones and rawhides. I have never brushed a dog's teeth in my life and every one of them has had positive exams when they go to the vets. Not one vet wants to take my money for teeth cleaning.
Honestly ,I can't see myself brushing everyday,I'd start well,but knowing myself, I'd fade,lol.I'm seriously thinking of switching to raw for a number of reasons,thanks all.
Dry food, crunchy biscuits, deer antlers and Plaque Off are keeping Caleb's teeth clean.
We DO feed raw, but nylabones, antlers and other similar chews do help as well. Carrots seem to be a good thing to crunch up too and I think they help scrape the teeth a little.
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What are nylabones made of?