How To Keep Your Dog’s Mouth Clean
There’s a number of reasons why it’s imperative to keep your dog’s oral hygiene at a decent level, and you’re probably already very familiar with the first one – bacteria. The pesky little buggers that appear in your dog’s mouth release toxins that slowly but surely make their way to their bloodstream and from there pretty much everywhere, including the kidneys, heart, and liver, causing severe damage to the entire body.
Second, no dog likes dealing with dental problems, as they cause pain and discomfort, especially in older dogs. So what can you do to prevent all this? Begin with a good-quality meat-based diet because meat can help with keeping their teeth clean.
You can also brush your dog’s teeth sometimes, it might sound crazy (and it somewhat is), but you’ll be doing them a huge favor, and saving yourself some precious time because you won’t have to take regular trips to the vet for every single toothache.