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4 Steps to Brushing Your Pet’s Teeth at DIY Home | Tips on Oral Health Problems for Cats and Dogs
4 Steps to Brushing Your Pets’ DIY Home Furnishings
Proper and regular brushing can help remove plaque and help prevent tartar buildup, which is the best way to combat dental disease in cats.
- Open the toothpaste and let your pet get used to and familiar with the taste.
- Use a small brush head or finger cot to help your pet get used to the feel of brushing.
- Starting from the easy-to-operate areas on the front and sides, brush gently in a circle at a 45-degree angle toward the gums.
- The small brush head brushes the mouth, and the toothpaste is edible and does not need to be rinsed, so the effect is better.
Tips for Oral Health Issues in Cats and Dogs
According to the American Veterinary Dental Association, 70% of cats and 80% of dogs begin to suffer from some degree of gum disease by age 2, and dental health problems can shorten a pet's life by 3-5 years.
Question: Can it really remove bad breath and whiten pet teeth?
Answer: Regular cleaning of teeth can be improved. Regular brushing can remove oral bacteria and stains. It is generally recommended to do this 2-3 times a week.
Question: Will eating it cause diarrhea?
Answer: The toothpaste formula is safe to eat and will not cause diarrhea. However, toothpaste cannot replace snacks.
Question: Does your pet’s gums bleed after brushing?
Answer: It is normal for pets with sensitive teeth and those who are brushing their teeth for the first time to bleed at first. Parents should pay attention to brushing their pets' teeth frequently and gently.
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