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How to Brush Dog's Teeth ? (Full Guide + Video)
Brushing your dog's teeth should not be a chore for you or your dog. Instead, it should be an enjoyable time for both of you. If you take things slowly at the beginning and give lots of praise, you and your dog will start looking forward to your brushing sessions.
 
Complete Dogs Dental care and teeth problems
The problem starts when plaque, a combination of bacteria and food debris, starts to accumulate on teeth. Very soon the plaque becomes mineralized and turns into a hard adhesive material called tartar. Tartar, especially when it accumulates below the gum line, starts to cause damage to the gums,...
 
Bad Breath in Dogs basic information
Bad breath, medically termed 'halitosis,' is a common problem reported by pet owners. The most common cause of halitosis is some sort of dental problem. Bacteria, saliva, and food particles can form plaque, which causes bad breath. This can further develop into gingivitis, or worse, periodontal...
 
4th Premolar (Carnassial Tooth) Infections
If you look inside your dog's mouth you will notice one tooth that is much larger than the rest. It is on the upper jaw, about half way back. It is the fourth premolar, sometimes referred to as the carnassial tooth. In wild canines, it is the main tooth used to break up or crush hard...
 
Basic information about Dog's teeth
Dog Dental Facts
 
Periodontal Disease in dogs and cats and Prevention ways
"Periodontal" comes from two Greek words that mean 'around the tooth.' Periodontal disease is a series of changes that are associated with the inflammation and loss of the deep supporting structures of teeth.
 
Epulis an oral tumor in dogs
An epulis is the most common benign tumor of the mouth in dogs. It is usually located in the gum tissue near the incisors or canine teeth. It originates in the connective tissue that holds the teeth to the bone of the jaw. The literal translation of "epulis" is "gum
 
Foreign Bodies in the Mouth of Dogs
Puppies, because of their chewing nature, sometimes get foreign bodies lodged in their mouths. Bones and sticks, poultry and pork chop bones are common offenders. Commonly, the objects are lodged across the upper palate between the teeth.
 
Oral and Dental Anatomy of Dogs, Cats, and Ferrets
The mouths of animals have several functions; not only do they take in food and water, they also aid in grooming, cooling, and communication. Oral and dental care is very important to the health and well being of pets. To understand the complexities of the mouth and teeth, it is important to first...
 
Retained Deciduous Teeth (Baby teeth)
Usually by four weeks of age puppies get their deciduous teeth, commonly known as baby teeth. Beginning around three months of age, the deciduous teeth are replaced by the bigger and stronger permanent teeth.
 
Tooth Enamel Disorders in dogs
The teeth are living tissue and are covered with enamel, the hardest substance in the dog's body. Dentine is the next layer, and the core is called the pulp. The pulp contains blood vessels and nerves which nourish the teeth.
 
When Puppies Get Their Teeth (Tooth Eruptions)
Teeth line the upper and lower jaws of dogs and are used for tearing and shredding food. Puppies have 28 teeth, while adults have 42. The exact number can vary slightly. The teeth are living tissue and are covered with enamel, the hardest substance in the dog's body. Dentine is the next layer, and...
 
Different Ways to Brush Dog Teeth
Brush dog teeth regularly. With a balance of calmness and leadership, you can master your dog's dental care. First, stock up on canine dental products like brushes, chew toys, toothpaste and wipes to complete the job. Be the Leader Before you even begin dental...
 
Dilaceration of the Mandibular First Molar in Dogs, Symptoms , Diagnosis and Treatment
The abnormal development of the mandibular tooth, a new molar located three teeth far from the midline from the mouth, is an dental health problem viewed mainly inside small breed pet dogs. The actual mandibular enamel is among the very first lasting teeth to build up a new calcified the queen's, an
 
Oronasal and Oronatal Fistula in Dogs , Symptoms , Diagnosis and Treatment
Oronasal and oroantral fistulas are communications between the oral cavity and the respiratory tract. The only difference is the location of these fistulas. The oronasal fistula is located more rostral (incisor, canine and premolar areas) compared to the oroantral fistulas which are situated in the