How To Clean Your Dog's Teeth

 Your dog's teeth are just as important as yours. In fact, they're the only part of your pup's body that will have to withstand the rigors of daily life: chewing on everything from shoes and furniture to food and bones. So it's important to keep your dog's teeth clean and healthy. That's where these toys come in! We've rounded up some of our favorite products for keeping our pups' mouths clean (and happy).

How to clean your dog teeth

1) Dental Treats

Dental treats are a great way to get your dog to chew on something that's good for its teeth. There are many different types of dental treats, but they all have the same purpose: to help clean their teeth. These can be broken up into small pieces and placed in the dog's mouth so that he or she has something fun to chew on while cleaning.

2) Dental Chews

Dental chews are a great way to keep your dog's teeth clean and healthy. Chewing on toys helps remove plaque from the mouth, which can help prevent tartar buildup and gum disease. Toys also help dogs keep their breath fresh by providing a fun activity that they enjoy doing while they chew away at the toy.

3) Dental Sprays

Dental sprays are a great option for dogs who dislike the taste or texture of dental treats. They can also be used to give your dog something to chew on when you don't have time to reward them with regular dental chews.

Dental sprays come in different forms, from spray bottles that you squeeze into your pet's mouth and wipe off after using it (like DentaZyme), all the way down to liquid formulas meant for administering directly into their mouths (like Fluoride Free Dentastix).

4) Toothbrushes and toothpaste

- What to look for in a toothbrush:

  • Bristles that are thick enough so that you can feel them when you grasp the brush.
  • A handle that doesn't get slippery, because your hands will feel uncomfortable if it does. If a handle feels too soft or too hard, try adjusting it until you find one that feels comfortable for both of you. Also, make sure there's enough space between each toothbrush head and your dog’s teeth so he can easily move his jaws around while brushing his teeth (this is especially important if he has sensitive gums).
- What to look for in toothpaste
  • The main ingredient should be sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), which helps remove plaque from deep within the dog’s gum tissue without damaging gums or causing discomfort during brushing sessions.
- How often should I brush my dog's teeth? Dogs should have regular dental cleanings every six months or so; however, this may vary depending on breed history or individual needs.
- How do I brush my dog's teeth? Use short strokes from side-to-side across top surfaces only until bleeding begins (1 minute); then move down onto bottom surfaces with long upward strokes until bleeding stops.
- What are the benefits of brushing dogs' teeth regularly? Good oral hygiene will prevent tartar build-up which could lead over time to periodontal disease such as gingivitis/gingivostomatitis/periodontitis.

5) Toys

Toys are a great way to keep your dog occupied, especially if you have a puppy or young dog. Toys can help clean their teeth on the go, and they’re fun for both dogs and owners alike! Some toys are specifically designed to help clean the teeth of dogs—and others are just plain fun.

- Toothbrushes: These come in all shapes and sizes, but they all work pretty much the same way: You brush your pup's teeth while he chews on them (or herself). This is great because it helps remove plaque build-up from between his/her teeth, which can lead to gum disease later down the line!

- Chew toys: Not only do chew toys provide hours of entertainment for pups everywhere; but they also encourage healthy chewing habits by keeping them busy with something new every day so that he doesn't get bored with old favorites like bones or rawhide chews too quickly--which would be bad news indeed considering how many times we've heard these things break off into pieces inside an animal's mouth when ingested improperly after being swallowed whole without adequate chewing done first."

6) Regular cleaning helps ensure dogs' teeth will stay clean and healthy for years to come.

Regular brushing is a great way to keep your pet's teeth clean and healthy. Not only does it make them look good, but it also helps prevent plaque buildup that can lead to tooth decay.

Unfortunately, most dogs are not fond of being brushed—even though they will let you know if they don’t like it! So what can help? Here are some tips for making sure your pup loves getting his teeth cleaned:

- Start with a simple toothbrush designed specifically for dogs. It has soft bristles that won't hurt their gums or tartar build-up on their teeth (and no need for extra-expensive ones!). You can even get them flavored so he'll enjoy the experience even more! Just make sure not to use human-grade products on his mouth because those contain ingredients that could harm him if ingested accidentally by mistake; instead stick with dog-friendly options like Pupcakes or Nylabones made specifically for pets' mouths (which are also completely edible). If possible try giving him one every day instead of every other day so he gets used to having something new inside his mouth every time — this way when the time comes around again later down the line when we're looking at buying something new...well...we know exactly where within our budget we'll be able to spend those extra dollars without feeling guilty about spending any more than necessary."


We hope you enjoyed learning about all of the best toys for clean dog teeth. Remember, it's important to go to a vet before giving your pet any sort of chew toy. If you have any questions about cleaning or other issues related to your pet's health, make sure they see their veterinarian!

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