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Plaque needs to be removed from a dog’s teeth in order to prevent tartar buildup, and there are toys and bones to assist in this process. Learn about toothbrush kits that can be used to help remove plaque from dogs’ teeth with help from a veterinarian in this free video on removing plaque from a dog’s teeth. Expert: James Talbott Contact: www.belleforestanimalhospital.com Bio: Dr. James R. Talbott is a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville, Tenn. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge
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Dogs love to chew, but they can not distinguish between an old pair of sneakers and a good pair of leather shoes. It is up to your , the pet caretaker, to provide safe and proper chew toys to your dog and by picking the right kind of chew toys, you can also promote great dental health as your dog ages.
Safe Chew Toys for dogs
1. Rolled, shredded or compressed rawhides that are digestible and have been sanitized are generally safe for your dog. There had been a problem in the past with Salmonella contaminating some dog products in the past, so check your labels.
2. Pig ears seem to be safe for dogs, but check for sterility.
3. Dental chews, such as C.E.T. chews and Greenies are excellent chews for dogs and promote great dental health. Dental chews are enzymatically treated to fight plaque and tartar, and come in different sizes for small to large dogs.
3. Kong toys hold up well to chewing for both small and large dogs. Some Kong toys have a hole in the center that you can fill with other chews, peanut butter or a special paste, that will keep the dog entertained for hours. This is especially useful if your dog suffers with separation anxiety. The Air Kongs have a tough, durable “tennis ball” cover with a squeaker inside. My Labrador loves this toy.
3. Plush stuffed animals. Watch for parts that may be torn off and swallowed, or can result in choking. Mostly appropriate for small dogs and puppies. Larger dogs, such as my Jake, can annihilate a stuffed toy in mere seconds, locate the squeaker and try to swallow it.
4. Rope and Floss toys. These are good for dogs teeth and are great fun to play with. Some experts, however, discourage tug-of-war play with your dog because it sometimes can enhance aggressive tendencies.
Tomorrow, we will discuss chew toys to avoid.
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The C.E.T Oral Hygiene Kit by Virbac for Dogs includes toothpaste, a soft fingerbrush and a long-handled brush. Brushing your dogs teeth is essential to help keep their teeth healthy and clean.
Air Kong Squeaker Fetch Stick for Dogs is a 100% pure tennis ball material fetch toy! Air Kong Squeaker toys will not wear down your dogs teeth. The internal squeaker and erratic bouncing adds a new level of fun for you and your dog.
Give this fetch stick a little squeeze before throwing it and watch your dog go crazy as it chases it. Great for water play because it floats.
For use on dogs