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Our thoughts about Dog Teeth!
You know tooth decay and gum disease can lead to many diseases like heart disease and stroke. These serious problems can lead to an early death for your dog. But how can you keep their teeth clean!? Anyone who has tried to battle a dog to brush this teeth knows the HORROR!!! Toothpaste in your hair and their toothbrush taken off to the yard to be buried! So, we have compiled some tips we have learned over the years that might help you.
1. Give your dog something crunchy after they eat. A top quality dog biscuit is a good choice but an even better choice is organic baby carrots. The crunch works to remove food particles and take the tartar off of their teeth.
2. One of the most important factors is cold, clean water after they eat. Dogs who are rescued from puppy mills usually have terrible teeth. Many people think that's because they never get a good drink of water. They are forced to drink from drip waterers that only give them a few drops of water at a time. Dogs need a big drink of water to wash the food from their mouth and gums. So change their water after they eat, fill the bowl with fresh COLD water and praise them as they drink to encourage them to drink more.
3. Some dogs don't mind having their teeth brushed - our dogs are not in this group! If you start brushing their teeth when they are puppies, you can get them in the habit of brushing and keep the toothpaste out of your hair. Start with a piece of gauze wrapped on your finger and rub their teeth. Then get a great tasting toothpaste like Cain and Able's Kissable Toothpaste. Start by putting it on your finger and rub their teeth gently, praising as you rub. A few days later try the same thing with a toothbrush. Cain and Able's toothbrush is great because it's two sided. It makes it so much easier to get the back of the teeth clean.
4. Consider trying a product like Leba Dental Spray. This product is astounding. It absolutely takes the tarter off of your dog's teeth. We have tried it on dogs from puppy mills whose teeth are atrocious and it has cleaned the tartar off leaving white teeth. Because it also clears the infection of periodontal disease it strengthens the teeth and the dogs don't lose their teeth. Taking your dog to the vet to have their teeth cleaned under anesthesia is frightening for them, expensive and can be dangerous.
This is a note we received from a lovely woman who adores her dogs:
I recently purchased Leba III oral dental spray for dogs from you to use on our big girl's dirty teeth. We were facing a trip to the Vet for a dental for her! I was pressed to have a dental done on one of our Dachsie boys this past Fall, when his teeth got really bad and his breath literally cleared the room. I was totally ashamed when I took him to our Vet! That incident cost us a little over $1,000!
I bought the Leba III from you "blind" with no foreknowledge about the product because I trust your judgment about the products you sell, but was frankly still dubious of the results. I'd never heard of a product like Leba III. Now, I wish I'd have take before and after pictures to send to you ... within only about two weeks, her teeth were immensely better! It's a very fine product!!
I think Leba II is a miraculous gift from God to help people like me who have 4 dogs and are lame at dental maintenance, but who can ill-afford to have a Vet do their dentals. Thank goodness, I'll never have to worry about that happening to any of our babies again!! Dog's teeth problems have become a priority to me because two of our four dogs are over ten years old and my Chi Chi, Trinket, refuses to let me mess with her mouth.
Oh, by the way, you're welcome to edit this however you want and use it as a testimonial on your website to help promote Leba III. It may help generate more interest in that product. Very Sincerely, Judy"
5. Give your dogs chew bones like Terrabone or antlers.
6. Give your dogs chew toys like Fleecy Cleans toys.