One of our clients, Janice Moreland, will regularly floss her dog's teeth
Periodontal, or gum disease, is the number one reason that dog's teeth fall out. It also causes bad doggie breath and can lead to other complications. Years ago, flossing was not part of a person's daily routine. Today, it has become a lifestyle. It makes sense that this would also be true for our beloved dogs. Preventative care, including regular brushing and flossing around the gum line, is a proven way of fighting periodontal disease. Although, brushing a dog's teeth has been challenging, it is now much easier with the use of newly discovered techniques. However, flossing a dog's teeth was still virtually impossible.
Doggie DentalAID doggie dental floss holders, used with Fido floss dental floss for dogs, has made flossing your dog's teeth possible. Doggie DentalAID and Fido Floss allows you to hold the floss holder in one hand while holding your dog's mouth and chin in the other hand. This will make flossing your dog's teeth not only possible, but easy as well. Regular use of Doggie DentalAID and Fido Floss assists in rounding out your dog's dental care while ensuring the best offense against periodontal diseases.
Doggie DentalAID doggie dental floss holder and Fido Floss, dental floss for dogs were created in order for dogs to have the same fighting chance against periodontal diseases as we do.
Doggie DentalAID doggie dental floss holders are manufactured in the USA using the highest quality material. We offer Doggie DentalAID in a variety of colors and styles.
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Flossing is not usually necessary, since dogs typically have wide spaces between their teeth. But for short-nose dogs with compressed mouths or dogs with a tight spot that traps food or hair, a once-a-week floss is helpful.It's great to brush your dog's teeth. In fact, it's recommended! But did you know you can floss your dog's teeth also? Not with human floss of course, but with a coconut!Flossing is not usually necessary, since dogs typically have wide spaces between their teeth. But for short-nose dogs with compressed mouths or dogs with a tight spot that traps food or hair, a once-a-week floss is helpful.We all want to do everything we can for our adorable pets. However, when it comes to dental hygiene for dogs and cats, we can all sometimes be a bit negligent. Regular brushing and good oral hygiene practices are just as important for your pet’s mouth as it is for yours. However, when it comes to flossing, what should you do? Do dogs and cats need to have their teeth flossed?Fetch ‘n Floss allows you to promote dental health in a safe and fun way! The soft yet durable TPR material and the bright fun colors are so much fun your dog will not even realize that it is doing something healthy! We all know how important it is to keep your dogs teeth healthy.Flossing may be more difficult. There are some chew toys on the market that claim to help floss dogs teeth to remove harmful plaque. Your local vet can also show you some of the best and easiest methods to floss and brush your dog’s teeth.