Dog Dental Treats
Dogs love chewing, and our dental dog chews are a great way to reward them while catering for their oral health. Buy flavourful dental sticks, chews or snacks for dogs of all breeds and sizes online.
Dog Dental Treat FAQ's
How do dental treats help with my dog's oral health?
Dental treats are specifically designed to promote oral hygiene in dogs. They typically have a unique texture that helps remove plaque and tartar buildup as your dog chews on them. Additionally, some dental treats like Greenies contain ingredients that freshen your dog's breath and support healthy gums.
Are dental treats a substitute for brushing my dog's teeth?
No, dental treats are not a substitute for brushing your dog's teeth. While dental treats can be beneficial, they should be used as part of a comprehensive oral care routine, which includes regular brushing with a dog-friendly toothpaste. Brushing helps remove plaque and food debris from the teeth and gums, which cannot be fully achieved by dental treats alone.
How often should I give my dog dental treats?
The frequency of dental treat usage depends on various factors, such as your dog's oral health, size, and the specific product you're using. As a general rule, giving your dog a dental treat once a day can be a good starting point.
Can puppies have dental treats?
Puppies can benefit from dental treats specifically designed for their age. It's important to choose treats that are suitable for their developmental stage and have a softer texture to avoid damaging their developing teeth. Treats such as Greenies, Whimzees and Oravet cannot be given to puppies.
Are there any alternatives to dental treats for promoting good oral hygiene?
Yes, there are other ways to promote good oral hygiene in dogs. Regular tooth brushing with a dog-specific toothpaste is the most effective method. You can also offer dental toys, dental chews, or raw bones (under supervision) as alternatives to dental treats. These options help clean teeth, stimulate gums, and provide mental stimulation for your dog.
About Dog Dental Treats
Dogs can have dental problems, just as we do. The best way to deal with dental problems is to prevent them from ever happening in the first place. Where people are concerned, this means brushing and flossing. This is a lot harder where dogs are concerned, though. Try brushing your dog’s teeth, and you will likely be in for quite a struggle. Fortunately, much easier alternatives are available.
Dental treats will help to remove any build-up of tarter on your pet’s teeth. As well as removing tarter, the chewing action also stimulates their natural defences against teeth and gum diseases. Many dental treats also contain agents that help to act against tartar and bacteria that could potentially cause complications.
As well as helping to keep your dog’s teeth and gums healthy, treats also help to make a delicious snack. Treat your pooch with dental treats, and you can save trips to the doggy dentist in the future.
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