Keep you pet's teeth in good condition is a key part of keeping a dog happy and healthy.

Healthy Teeth for Dogs: 11 expert tips to keep your cute dog's teeth and gums in the best condition 🐕

Did you know that by the age of three a massive eight out of 10 dogs already suffer from gum disease, which can lead to tooth loss?

Wednesday, 10th August 2022, 3:19 pm

Pet's teeth have a lot of work to do – dogs use their mouths for more than just eating, they use them to play, explore and taste a lot of their surroundings too.

If your dog’s teeth aren’t properly cared for, it can cause problems.

Luckily the experts at natural pet supplement manufacturer nutravet have shared their top tips to help look after your pet’s teeth.

Registered Veterinary Nurse Korina Stephens said: “By the age of three, 80 per cent of dogs have developed some form of periodontal disease.

"Poor dental care doesn’t just affect your pet’s mouth, the bacteria generated by gum disease could eventually enter their bloodstream and potentially damage their heart liver or kidneys.

“When your pet has healthy teeth and gums, they can get the most out of their food, crunching every delicious mouthful as they go, but if their teeth hurt, they’ll soon go off their meals and their metabolism will suffer.”

Here are 11 tips to help brushing and maintaining dental health.

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