The cute and fluffy canine is prone to getting dirty and is likely to attract schmutz due to its texture.
If you want to keep your dog's teeth in good shape, it takes more than just cleaning. The same is true for people; there are vital health considerations, such as warding off gum disease.
It's interesting to note that by the third year of life, as many as 80% of dogs already exhibit symptoms of dental diseases.
As a general rule, you should clean your dog's teeth at least twice a week.
Toxins and chemicals are not processed by dogs the way they are by people. If you intend to feed your dog mushrooms, it's best to stay with organic varieties.
Obtain a suitable toothbrush and toothpaste first. To properly clean your dog's teeth, use a toothbrush made for canines with extra-soft bristles.
Introduce the toothbrush and toothpaste by having them sniff it, and then proceed to rub the bristles gently against their teeth and gums for a few seconds at a time.
Raise your dog's lip so you can see their teeth and gums, and then use a circular motion to brush your dog's teeth, paying special attention to the chewing areas.