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Dental Treats For Dogs
Have you noticed your dog's breath is a little on the nose? Your pooch may benefit from dog dental treats. Pet Circle range a huge variety to suit every dog's preference and help keep their teeth healthy and breath smelling fresh.
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|Oravet Chews||Our elderly pooches breath was horrible. We were looking for more preventative measures due to her age, we are trying to reduce how many times she needs to go under general anaesthetic for teeth cleaning. We tried brushing, oral wipes, water drops, and other dental chews. Her breath still smelled like fish rotting in the sun, no exaggeration. When these arrived we gave her one and noticed straight away a difference. The smell has dramatically reduced already and keeps getting better and we can already see plaque reducing. - SOPHIE|
|Prozym RF2 Dental Sticks||Gabby my 6 year old Border Collie has exceptional teeth for her age and I believe this is due to the Prozym Rf2 Dental Sticks. These are exceptionally hard and forces Gabby to chew them which is great because unfortunately Gabby is a "guts" and everything goes down in one mouthful otherwise and is of very little benefit to ensuring good teeth. These sticks are great. - SHARON|
Frequently Asked Questions about Bad Breath in Dogs
Why does my dog have bad breath?
There can be a number of reasons why your dog has bad breath.
- Dental disease is a common reason. In fact, it is estimated that 80% of dogs over the age of three have dental disease.
- Indiscriminate eating or scavenging (dogs love to eat cat poo, or sometimes their own poo!)
- Oral foreign body or oral cavity disease
- Systemic disease (liver, kidney, diabetes)
- Strong smelling diet/food or treats
How to treat dental disease?
Treating any existing dental disease is very important for your dog's health. Maintaining regular dental check-ups every 3 to 6 months with your regular veterinarian is a crucial part of monitoring for this common disease. There are also many different strategies for looking after your dog's teeth at home.
- Teeth brushing is an excellent way to keep adult teeth healthy with a dog-safe toothpaste (human ones are not appropriate).
- Dental food/water additives - special ingredients can be added to your dog's food and water to help fight off plaque and freshen breath.Aquadent water add and Troy Plaque Off are effective options.
- Topical solutions - such as Virbac Hexarinse helps prevent plaque accumulation and gingivitis and provides temporary relief of minor gum inflammation.