It’s not that oral hygiene isn’t important to us, but T was getting a dental chew a day and a raw bone on occasion, so that was keeping his teeth and gums pretty clean.
Part of the not brushing may have been laziness on my part. 😉
So, we’re back to it.
Teton doesn’t love it, but it’s not as bad as getting a bath, so he does all right when I pin him down and brush the ol’ pearly whites 3-4 times a week.
If you haven’t already given brushing your dog’s teeth a shot, I encourage you to do so. Regular brushing will prevent gum disease, tooth decay, gingivitis, and…bad breath.
What do you do to keep your dog’s teeth clean?