10 Tips For Dogs Who Hate Teeth Brushing #DogDentalHealth

It’s National Pet Dental Health Month, and if you aren’t doing something proactive to keep your dog’s teeth clean, I can nearly guarantee you that your dog will suffer for it. Some dogs hate teeth brushing, and if you have a dog like that, this article is especially for you. If you Google “pet teeth,” you’ll get hundreds of thousands of responses, with many of the links … [Read more...]

The Mystery of a Dog Mouth #SmoochYourPooch

Impress your friends on Trivial Pursuit, Jeopardy, or in casual conversation with this canine health nugget: A dog’s saliva has no enzymes. Ah, the mystery of a dog mouth. By now, most savvy dog moms and dads know the importance of brushing a dog’s teeth, how it can add years to a pooch’s life, and how many problems can be prevented and/or detected from establishing a good … [Read more...]

Four Easy Ways to Keep Dog Teeth Clean #SmoochUrPooch

What’s really the big deal about keeping a dog’s teeth clean? I mean, as long as they have treats, hard food, a bone to chew on, and the occasional dental cleaning at the vet, they are fine, right? Absolutely not. It is NEVER too late to start a healthy dog dental health routine. No sermons, no “hey get to it,” here’s your Fi-DOSE of reality for dog dental care with four … [Read more...]

The Truth About Brushing a Dog’s Teeth

Do you keep your dog's teeth clean? Is it a real pain in the butt to do so? I mean, it takes time, a smaller toothbrush, special toothpaste, getting the dog used to it, and then what if the dog puts up a fuss or fight? I mean, why bother: It's work, right? The truth about brushing a dog's teeth is that is it easy peasy. Imagine now, your dog on death's doorstep, and if you … [Read more...]

The Truth About Dog Dental Health

February is National Pet Dental Health Month, and Fidose of Reality aims to give you the reality - the truth - and what you need to know. We will spare you the "do it or else" mantras and the "if you don't brush your dog's teeth, health problems are highly likely...or worse." Both of those are true, but let us break it down for you slide by slide, fact by fact, and the hands-on … [Read more...]