According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 83% of dogs have oral health problems by the age of 3. That’s not surprising — gums and teeth are a breeding ground for bacteria. Over time, this can lead to bad breath, receding gums, significant pain, and tooth loss.
When left untreated, the bacteria in the mouth will also enter your dog’s bloodstream, leading to life-threatening conditions affecting the heart, liver, and kidneys. A single shortcoming on your part could put your dog’s life in danger! To make the long story short, your dog’s oral health is some serious stuff and should be your utmost priority as a dog owner.
Most dogs hate brushing their teeth – we all know that! It requires a constant hold, tumble, and fall just to clean their teeth. However, all dogs want to chew on almost anything, from their toys to your shoes!
So, why not make them brush their teeth while they chew?