Brush Up: Doggy Dental Health

 {February 1st, 2013 | Collar from Walmart}
Did you know – February is Pet Dental Health Month, and 80% of dogs develop some degree of periodontal disease by age 3, which in most cases results in a high vet bill for a root canal, dental cleaning and/or having teeth pulled? Do you have a dental routine with your dog?
I buy Jack\’s toothbrush (I change it every month) and toothpaste (Vanilla Mint – I tried Chicken flavor before, but it really made his breath stink) from his vet.

{bow tie dog collar from Happy Tails Dog Company}

Routine: Each night before I go to bed I sit down on the kitchen floor and say “Jack, come brush your teeth”. He comes running into the room and jumps on my lap.

{My nail polish is Zoya \’Dot\’}

Jack recently had his yearly vet checkup and the vet said, “Wow, Jack has no tartar”. As a puppy parent this was music to my ears, and a few hundred dollars that remained in my pocket.
{better look at Jack\’s Happy Tails Dog Company bow tie collar}

While I have my own dental care routine with Jack, if you don’t have one I highly recommend that you speak to your vet

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