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How often to clean dogs teeth?

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I take mine to the vet when I clean them. I don't do it more than once a month because I can see that when they have food particles, bacteria, or some of the bad stuff is caught in their gums, then that becomes an infection and then it starts to smell bad and hurt them. I've learned to give it a few days before I take them to the vet.

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The vet is a good source for information and insight into caring for dogs. Also, a professional groomer would also be a good source of information and insights. However, I have not found that veterinarians are all that much different from one another. What works well for me may not work well for you. The best source of advice is your own veterinarian.

The vet is a good source for information and insight into caring for dogs. Also, a professional groomer would also be a good source of information and insights. However, I have not found that veterinarians are all that much different from one another. What works well for me may not work well for you. The best source of advice is your own veterinarian.

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I clean my dogs' teeth every two weeks with a toothbrush, and then I brush their gums. I do not put toothpaste on the dogs, as they tend to swallow a lot and swallow the toothpaste as well. I have used all kinds of toothbrushes and toothpaste on my dogs - cheap brushes and expensive brushes and expensive toothpastes. I would say that you need to buy a good quality brush with soft bristles and some kind of special-formula toothpaste that does not dry up in their mouth as easily. I use a toothbrush that I got years ago for my own teeth, and I just bought a new one for my dog a few months ago. I will try to get a picture up here on the web. It is the brand called Booda. It is an inexpensive brush, but you get what you pay for. It is really not the brand name for this product, but rather the manufacturer of the brand. The bristles are nice, and the brush works well for the purpose that I use it for. If you can get a photo up here, I would love to see it. I can't put up any other pictures, as I don't have any.

I use either a dental brush, or a toothbrush, that I just bought at the Dollar Store. I have used the Dollar Store toothbrush for years. I have even used the same brush since I bought it, and it has been going strong for years. I can't remember what it is made of, but it has lasted well and been very reliable. It is easy to clean, and easy to use.

I use the Dollar Store brand of toothpaste because that is what I used to use for my own teeth when I was a child, and I still use that toothpaste. It has worked well for me all these years. It is inexpensive, but I do not have anything like a problem with this particular brand. It has lasted well and I know that I can trust it.

I also have had problems with cheap brands that had cheap ingredients. I have used the cheapest brand of toothpaste I could find for my dogs, but I could not tolerate it. It was hard on my dogs' gums, and it irritated their mouths. I know that it was a problem for me too, because I tried to put toothpaste on my dog's gums, and the toothpaste would be gone within an hour. It did not stay in place for very long at all. I don't know if it was that cheap toothpaste that I tried to put on their gums or what. The toothpaste I use for my dogs is actually quite expensive and is a product that I have never used for my own teeth. I used it first when I went to the dental school, and my dentist used it for his patients.

I have also used that brand of toothpaste for my dogs, but the problem was, that I would get a huge pile of toothpaste and go to clean my dogs' teeth, and I would have to wipe out the whole room to clean up all the toothpaste. I would then rinse off the toothpaste that was left, and that was the only way that I could get the rest of the toothpaste off the floor. I really didn't want to do that. So, I stopped using that brand of toothpaste. I have since found that I can use a brand of toothpaste that is really inexpensive, and it works well for me and my dogs.

I have found that the Dollar Store brand of toothpaste really works well for me. I have also used the brand that I use for my own teeth. They are the same. I use the same kind of toothbrush for my own teeth and for my dogs. I have always used the same brand of toothpaste. My dentist has never had a problem with me using any brand of toothpaste that I would use on my own teeth. He sd that it works fine for his patients.

The brand of toothpaste that I use is called Booda. I have never had any problems using this brand. I have used it for years. It is really inexpensive, and really does work well. I don't know what ingredients are in this product, because I don't ask, but it seems to be the right kind of toothpaste for what I am doing. I would really like to see a picture of the brand of toothpaste that you use for your dog. I would love to see it. It sounds like it might work well for me as well.


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