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Which Dental Product Is Best for Your Dog?

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My dog’s mouth size is probably classified as:

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Which state most accurately describes your dog’s current oral hygiene?

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How receptive is your dog to you touching their mouth?

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Which option best describes your dog’s diet?

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How often does your dog get professional dental cleanings?

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What’s your biggest concern about your dog’s oral hygiene?

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Which Dental Product Is Best for Your Dog?
Enzyme toothpaste for dogs

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A toothpaste for your dog that’s formulated with enzymes is great to help get rid of tartar in your dog’s mouth and can help with bad breath issues. Of course, you should always keep up with your dog’s veterinarian appointments and dental cleanings!
Dental wipes

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Dental wipes are great for dogs that aren’t the most comfortable with having a toothbrush in their mouth. Additionally, some wipes help to reduce the buildup of tartar in your dog’s mouth! Of course, if you’re unable to brush your dog’s teeth regularly, it’s especially important to make sure your dog has regular check-ups with your veterinarian and is getting routine dental cleanings!
Silicone toothbrushes

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SIlicone toothbrushes could be a great option for your dog’s teeth, especially if it’s challenging to access their mouth, or if your dog has sensitive gums. Of course, you should always keep up with your dog’s veterinarian appointments and dental cleanings!
Dental bones

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Dental bones are a great option for your dog, especially if they’re not receptive to you touching their mouth. These can be used as maintenance. Of course, you should always keep up with your dog’s veterinarian appointments and dental cleanings!

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