Teeth Cleaning for Poodles

Do you own a Poodle or other breed of canine? If so, have you ever noticed if your dog has bad breath? What about clean teeth. There are different dog foods and treats that promote dental hygiene. Canines like the Poodle need to have their teeth professional cleaned at least once in their lifetime and ideally once a year or every other year. Vets can offer dental exams to determine if a professional cleaning is needed. Some dogs may do well on teeth cleaning treats alone while other dogs should have their teeth cleaned daily. This can be done with a canine toothbrush and dog toothpaste (or a simple mix of baking soda and water). It is important not to use human toothpaste on your poodle as the fluoride can cause harm. If you’re unable to brush your dog’s teeth yourself then you might want to talk to your animal hospital Davie, FL again about a professional cleaning. To learn more, click this link:


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