Brushing your dog’s teeth is very important for your overall canine companion’s health. Because of that I do my best – I do forget once in a while – to brush her teeth every night.
Yes, each doggie has her own toothbrush and toothpaste.
I always make sure that I place them in a spot that they are not to move from in order to maintain order in my pack and safeguard my sanity. Abby, next to me, since she will be my first “patient”, and Champagne, patiently waiting for her turn.
Abby is already used to getting her teeth brushed in the morning, and before going to bed. Although you’d never know it from looking at the above picture.
My next victim, I mean patient was Champagne, a beautiful Pit Bull. She is very comfortable having me put my fingers in her mouth.
If you are asking yourself, “How did she get such compliant doggies?” Well, magic. No, really, I used treats. At the beginning, most dogs will take some time to adjust to you brushing his teeth, but as time goes by you’ll be able to do it in a matter of minutes. With that in mind, do you brush your dog’s teeth?