February Is National Pet Dental Health Month

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  1. Thanks for the tips.

  2. I do that periodically. This year I asked about Harley because he’s 9 years old and never had his teeth cleaned by a vet. His Doodle Doc says that his teeth are fine. Thanks for the post, I love to learn more.

  3. I’m glad you enjoyed my post, Groovy. That’s great that Harley’s teeth are looking good at 9 years old. Some dogs build up tartar quickly and some dogs don’t – just like people. Some people need to go to the dentist every 6 months, and some people can go for years without seeing a dentist. Of course, brushing our dogs’ teeth and providing various dental products such as dental chews can also help to reduce tartar buildup.

    My golden retriever Savanna builds up dental tartar very quickly. I use a daily dental water additive called HealthyMouth for her. It is all natural, and it works great! (And no, I do not have any financial interest in the company… 🙂 )

  4. Irene McHugh says:

    These are great resources. Thanks! Pinning and clipping to Evernote.

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