You finally decided to do it. You bring your dog to a doggy dentist. All is well, everything is great, now what?
Well, you have two options, you can make your dog smile or you can make him grow.
Make your dog smile. The basic process consists of brushing his teeth, flossing, and filling their mouths with a tartar neutralizer. The process should not take more than half an hour. What are the steps?
Brushing: Put some gum and spit between your dog’s teeth. Use a toothbrush that looks like a little toothbrush. You’ll get to use it later. The first step is to brush his teeth to remove loose plaque and/or the remnants of tartar. Use the toothbrush or toothbrush and mouthwash to brush your dog’s teeth.
Flossing: Your dog is a working dog so he needs to have healthy gums, teeth, and throat. At the vet, they will recommend flossing tablets for him. These are like giant toothbrushes, that’s why they are called flossing tablets. It is a combination of nylon bristles and nylon balls. It works like toothbrushes and mouthwash in that you put some gum and spit between his teeth and the flossing tablet. After your dog finishes flossing, you move on to filling his mouth with a tartar neutralizer.
Filling the mouth: After that, it’s time to stuff his mouth. To make him really safe, you use a tartar neutralizer, a paste, between his teeth. When your dog gets a tooth that is somewhat loose, you don’t use the paste, you just flush his mouth with water. You don’t use the paste when you really need to take out the tartar, it’s just enough to keep his mouth from shrinking. If you use the full paste, you might not be able to get all the tartar out.
For most dogs, the first step is brushing, while for some the process might be a little longer. There are some dogs that can be thoroughly treated in half an hour, with the rest of the procedure taking half an hour or so.
The brushing process for most dogs is done with the help of toothbrushes and toothpaste that looks like a toothbrush. But again, to keep your dog healthy, you can just use a tartar neutralizer, a paste, between their teeth. You can use as much paste as your dog needs to get rid of tartar evenly. You can also use toothpaste for your own tooth brushing.
Tooth brushing: To clean your dog’s teeth, you should use a toothbrush, toothpaste, and a toothbrush attachment. To brush your dog’s teeth, it’s recommended to use one side with the brush and the other with toothpaste.
But again, if your dog is really dirty, you can just use a tartar neutralizer, a paste, between his teeth.
You should also treat your dog’s teeth when he is still young. As your dog gets older, the toothpaste becomes less effective, as he loses the ability to tell what kind of toothpaste you are using. But the toothbrush is very effective, you can use it every day.
Some dog owners give their dogs an enema as a way to clean their dogs’ systems. This is a very natural procedure and also safe as long as you follow the directions.
The dog will need to urinate several times, in order to get rid of the toxins that are in his system. The procedure will not harm your dog, although he might be uncomfortable, it’s fine, as long as you follow the proper dosage and wait for approximately 15 minutes between each dose.
It is also common knowledge that dogs have different levels of sensitivity to different cleaning products. You should be careful when using each product to hit your dog only the spot that has been infected with tartar. To get rid of tartar entirely, it’s better to put your dog in a reclusive chair.
If you are going to use each of these methods, it is important to be able to communicate to your dog, when it’s appropriate to use each. It is very important to not use any of the items if your dog’s mouth is infected with tartar.
Most dog owners choose to brush their dogs’ teeth every other day or once every couple of months, although it really depends on the dog’s sensitivity and the dog’s activity level. Also, the dog owner should be familiar with the process, as each product has its own pros and cons, and some methods may need a little coaxing to get your dog to use it. It’s best to be able to communicate in advance before the infection process has started.
And lastly, I would like to say that the best cure to tartar buildup is in the simple (and cheap) recipe that is tartar stabilizer. There are lots of brands out there, each of them has its own packaging, and each of them is quite expensive. Also, you must be very sure that the product you buy is the right product for your dog. For example, if your dog is very young, there are products that you can use, that will not be effective until he is 7-8 months old. Also, the more severe your dog’s tartar, you will want to use products that will need to be changed every one to two months.