Articles about Pet oral health

How to Take Care of Your Dog’s Oral Health: Tips from the Pros

How to Take Care of Your Dog's Oral Health: Tips from the Pros

Dental health is essential for both humans and dogs. 80% of all dogs will suffer from some form of dental disease by the time they are three years old. That’s why it’s essential to start taking care of your dog’s oral health as early as possible. In this blog post, we will discuss tips on doing just that!

Brush your dog’s teeth regularly

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Breed predispositions to periodontal disease

Breed predispositions to periodontal disease

Periodontology (part 2)

Periodontal disease occurs in all dog breeds. Some breeds have more predispositions to periodontal disease than others. Giant dog breeds with traditional skull structures very rarely suffer from these diseases.

More offer periodontal disease might occur with:

  • Brachycephalic dogs
  • cocker spaniels
  • toy breeds
  • dwarf dogs
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Dog’s Teeth Anatomy

Dogs teeth anatomy
  1. The crown of the dog’s tooth
  2. The basic forms of crowns in dogs
  3. The root of the dog’s tooth
  4. What tooth contains from?

Before talking about Dog’s Teeth Anatomy, let’s define what is dog’s teeth are? Teeth are organs of the oral cavity that perform various functions, the main of which is the mechanical processing of food. The general plan of the structure of the teeth is characteristic for both generations (milk and permanent). Anatomically, a crown, neck, and root are distinguished in a tooth.

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Hygiene in veterinary dentistry

Hygiene in veterinary dentistry

90% of dental care in our region comes down to reckless tooth extractions and antibiotics even in our region. That is why it is worth paying extra attention to oral hygiene.
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Tartar buildup on dog’s teeth – 5 reasons why

5 reasons of Tartar buildup on dog’s teeth

5 reasons of Tartar buildup on dog’s teeth

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Appropriate nutrition

All dog’s owners know that your sweet puppies are
descendants of Wolves.

In a wild nature animal use their teeth to hunt. Dogs need canines
to catch their trophies, incisors to tear on the pieces, premolars to chew soft
parts like muscles and partially tendons, and molars to crack bones.

Row food like bones, and other parts of the animal help in
teeth cleaning. At home we usually feed our four-leg friends with any precooked,
or special dog’s food with a softening concentrate, so dogs don’t need long
chewing.

Dog’s tartar is forming because the lack of natural rubbing of
the solid food against the teeth of the animal.
But it doesn’t mean that
just editing row bones and row food to your dog’s nutrition would fix the
charger problems.

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Dog dental disease

Dog dental disease

The white smile of your dog shows the animal’s health. But what if, in your case, things are looking different? Let’s look at what kind of dog dental disease your pet can have and how to deal with them.


The most common basic dog dental disease is tartar. They look like a gray-green plaque at the base of the tooth and on its surface. They make your dog’s teeth look bad, cause bad breath. Tartar affects gums.

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Breath Smells? 5 reasons why

Breath Smells? 5 reasons why

Although it might be multiple reasons why your dog’s breath smells so bad, here, in this article, we will review the most common reasons without any medical issues:


Estimated reading time: 4 minutes

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