Posts tagged “dog dental care”
There it is. The big yellow box filled with other tiny humans laughing and comparing sun tans. My humans are waiting to be taken away. There goes all my super fun adventures. My favorite noisy little footsteps throughout the house will be no more. I now stare through the window and hope for my humans to return.
Are these the thoughts running through your dog’s head, too? Back to school can be stressful on your pup.
Is your dog shy or had low exposure to people, places or other dogs? Teaching your dog to be more comfortable around others can be a slow process, but it’s worth it when you know your pup can handle settings and situations that include other dogs.
How does your dog react to seeing other dogs? Does he bark? Shy away? If you are unsure how your dog will react, there are ways you can test his comfort level around other dogs.
How much do you know about your dog’s teeth? It’s ok to admit it…you love when you catch your dog “smiling,” but you probably don’t know much about his pearly whites. At Ark Naturals, we take pride in creating products that help keep our pets happy and healthy, including dental products. Below are some fun facts about dogs’ teeth.
- Dogs have 42 permanent teeth – 20 on the top, and 22 on the bottom.
How great is it when you watch a dog smiling? It’s pure bliss! With those pearly whites sticking out, you want to make sure they’re looking (and feeling) their best. Just like you, your pup’s oral hygiene is important. Healthy chompers lead to a healthy dog overall!
With a few simple steps, you can take care of your dog’s teeth to help prevent any serious teeth or gum issues.
Twice a day, just like mom! Just like you, your pup’s oral hygiene is important! This is one aspect of a dog’s health that often gets overlooked, but it is crucial to his overall health.
Thankfully, there are ways you can take care of your dog’s teeth throughout his life to help prevent him from developing a serious health complication. Although not all dental issues can be prevented, there is a lot you can do to keep your dog’s teeth clean.
It’s Pet Dental Health Month. Don’t ignore your dog’s REALLY bad breath! This odor could be a sign of some serious teeth or gum problems. Pet Dental Month was started to address the significance of oral health care for pets. It’s important for pet owners to learn how to improve the dental (and overall) health of their pets.
Just like you, your pup’s oral hygiene is important! This is one aspect of a dog’s health that often gets overlooked,