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Buy Toothpaste for Dogs Online

The best way to maintain healthy teeth and gums is by including a dental care product in your dog's daily routine. Plaque and tartar build-up can be prevented by daily tooth brushing with a dog-friendly toothpaste, but daily dental treats, oral rinses and water additions can also be effective tools to help keep your dogs' breath fresh.

 

We humans brush our teeth every day, but many of us don't do the same for our pets. Periodontal disease is the most common condition in adult dogs. In Australia, it has been reported that more than 85% of dogs and cats over four years of age have some form of periodontal disease. Periodontal disease occurs when plaque forms and gingivitis affects the mouth. Plaque builds up on your dog's teeth when food particles and bacteria are not regularly scrubbed away. And periodontal disease doesn't just affect your dog's mouth. Residual bacteria in the mouth can enter your dog's bloodstream, affecting their organs ability to filter and pump blood. So brushing your dog's teeth isn't just about keeping their teeth clean and their breath fresh. It can help to extend their life too.

What You Need to Know About Dog Toothpaste

To keep your dog healthy and happy, it is important to establish a regular tooth brushing routine. Where possible, start when your dog is still a puppy. Many dogs may not enjoy having their teeth brushed initially, sticking to a routine and finding a toothpaste your dog likes will help to make brushing their teeth easier with time.

 

As well as selecting a toothbrush specially designed for dogs, you should also choose a toothpaste that is made just for dogs. As well as not enjoying the minty flavour that we might like, human toothpaste can be toxic to dogs as it often contains an artificial sweetener called xylitol. Xylitol can cause liver damage and dangerous drops in blood sugar levels in dogs.

 

There are many types of dog toothpaste on the market, most of which contain ingredients that help to scrub away stains and prevent the build-up of plaque and tartar. Toothpastes for dogs are also flavoured with options that are more appealing to dogs such as chicken and beef flavour. Most dog toothpaste manufacturers recommend that you use a toothbrush with their product, to help ensure maximum cleaning effect. 

Toothpaste for Dogs at VetProductsDirect

At VetProductsDirect, our range of dental supplies for dogs includes dog toothpaste, toothbrushes, sprays, water additives and treats, so that you can ensure that your pup's mouth is as healthy as possible. We stock top brands of toothpaste for dogs such as Petosan, Dentipet and Prozym.


Buy dog toothpaste and other dental care products online from VetProductsDirect and enjoy the convenience of shipping direct to your door. Not sure which toothpaste is right for your dog? Our customer service team of experienced professionals are available to help via phoning 1300 838 776 or emailing [email protected] Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm.

Buy Toothpaste for Dogs Online

The best way to maintain healthy teeth and gums is by including a dental care product in your dog's daily routine. Plaque and tartar build-up can be prevented by daily tooth brushing with a dog-friendly toothpaste, but daily dental treats, oral rinses and water additions can also be effective tools to help keep your dogs' breath fresh.

 

We humans brush our teeth every day, but many of us don't do the same for our pets. Periodontal disease is the most common condition in adult dogs. In Australia, it has been reported that more than 85% of dogs and cats over four years of age have some form of periodontal disease. Periodontal disease occurs when plaque forms and gingivitis affects the mouth. Plaque builds up on your dog's teeth when food particles and bacteria are not regularly scrubbed away. And periodontal disease doesn't just affect your dog's mouth. Residual bacteria in the mouth can enter your dog's bloodstream, affecting their organs ability to filter and pump blood. So brushing your dog's teeth isn't just about keeping their teeth clean and their breath fresh. It can help to extend their life too.

 

What You Need to Know About Dog Toothpaste

To keep your dog healthy and happy, it is important to establish a regular tooth brushing routine. Where possible, start when your dog is still a puppy. Many dogs may not enjoy having their teeth brushed initially, sticking to a routine and finding a toothpaste your dog likes will help to make brushing their teeth easier with time.

As well as selecting a toothbrush specially designed for dogs, you should also choose a toothpaste that is made just for dogs. As well as not enjoying the minty flavour that we might like, human toothpaste can be toxic to dogs as it often contains an artificial sweetener called xylitol. Xylitol can cause liver damage and dangerous drops in blood sugar levels in dogs.

There are many types of dog toothpaste on the market, most of which contain ingredients that help to scrub away stains and prevent the build-up of plaque and tartar. Toothpastes for dogs are also flavoured with options that are more appealing to dogs such as chicken and beef flavour. Most dog toothpaste manufacturers recommend that you use a toothbrush with their product, to help ensure maximum cleaning effect. 

 

Toothpaste for Dogs at VetProductsDirect

At VetProductsDirect, our range of dental supplies for dogs includes dog toothpaste, toothbrushes, sprays, water additives and treats, so that you can ensure that your pup's mouth is as healthy as possible. We stock top brands of toothpaste for dogs such as Petosan, Dentipet and Prozym.


Buy dog toothpaste and other dental care products online from VetProductsDirect and enjoy the convenience of shipping direct to your door. Not sure which toothpaste is right for your dog? Our customer service team of experienced professionals are available to help via phoning 1300 838 776 or emailing [email protected] Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm.

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