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A Dog's Diet Influence On Oral Health

A Dog's Diet Influence On Oral Health

Your dog is your very best friend.  Every single time you walk through the door, he wags his tail in happiness and practically smiles at you.  How can you show your pet how much they mean to you?  Well, one way is to take care of that smile . 

Like humans, your wonderful pet needs to be  brushed and flossed  regularly to keep  teeth, tongue, and gums in good condition. Research shows a link between good oral health in humans and a lower risk of heart disease. If good oral health have such a profound effect on people, it only makes sense to consider the impact it can have on man's best friend.

How can you enjoy your dog's wonderful smile more? Oral hygiene like brushing your dog's teeth frequently will  keep plaque and tartar from becoming an issue.  Simply wiping  gums with a clean, damp cloth is found to be very  beneficial too.  

Did you know that your dog's diet can influence their oral health?

Yes, diet plays a role in your pet's oral health.  Do you typically feed your dog canned or dry dog food?  What kind of treats and toys do you provide for your pet?  All of these things affects your furry baby's oral health and chewing ability.

When your dog's diet is nutritionally sound, containing essential vitamins, nutrients, and enzymes, oral health will be at its very best.  Feeding dry dog food rather than a moist canned variety is best. The tiny kibbles' hard surfaces rubs against the teeth to remove and reduce plaque. When we moisten the dry dog food with water or gravy, it eliminates this property from dry dog food as well as softer snacks, such as jerky treats. 

Treats are a part of your dog's diet , like snacks are part of a person's diet.  As humans, we tend to  overlook our snacking habits, so it can be easy to overlook what you give your dog.  This is not a good idea ! Carefully consider everything your dog will consume because many treats and so called snacks are really empty, wasted calories.Healthy treat, on occasion, will also prevent your dog from having bad breath.

Do you offer bones, rawhides, jerky treats, or dog biscuits?  Maybe your pet prefers greenies or corn starch chews. Some treats, alternatively, provide excellent opportunities to improve oral health. Greenies, rawhides, bones, and hard dog biscuits all help to keep tartar at bay.  You may not have considered it, but tossing "Spot" a rawhide chew is like giving him a candy bar.  The rawhide, for example, contains calories and is often provided between meals.  

In a nutshell, keep your cute dog's healthy smile by:

Ensuring dog's diet is filled with essential vitamins and minerals to help with  oral health. Dry dog food is best whenever possible.  Don't forget to select treats that enhance your dog's diet and prevent tartar build up. Remember to include oral hygiene regularly, consciously monitor your dog's diet. All these efforts will positively influence your best friend's oral health.

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