Dogs do not have to brush teeth

emptyPublished: October 22, 201678 views
Published: October 22, 2016

Place toothbrush (or swab brushing) a 45 degree angle and brush in circular motions. Raising puppies lip up when necessary, and brushing each side respectively. Part teeth inside (near the cheek) is by far the most tartar, so you need to carefully pay attention hit areas. When the dog refused to stand for the inside of the teeth you brush, you do not need much effort, so little tartar buildup in part. You can regularly brushing your dog's, about 2 or 3 times a week.

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