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Cleaning dogs teeth

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by molly.buldog, May 30, 2010.


  1. molly.buldog

    molly.buldog PetForums Junior

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  2. luvmydogs

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    A juicy RMB is the best toothbrush for dogs IME :)
     
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    yeah , but when u can't give to your dogs the juicy thing u really on the brush and past .
    I use a soft brush (for humans) and collage . Same for cats
     
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    I never clean my dogs teeth they all have bones once a week and that keeps them lovely and clean:thumbup:
     
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    I use a meaty tasting toothpaste. They try to eat it though before the brush goes in the mouth :lol:
     
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    ok I don't understand what you mean. :confused:
     
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    i use a brush and meaty toothpaste for bobby he loves it let him get used to the brush when he was a pup now he just lays down and lets me do it :D
     
  9. molly.buldog

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    Believe it or not, my humans had a Rhodesian Ridgeback b4 I came on the scene and he would not eat raw bones!!!! (RMB)

    His teeth apparently were a bit of a problem however the poor bugger got canine bloat and he had to be "you know" (RIP Max)..

    Anyway, l definitely eat RMB but looks like they are gonna brush my teeth as well, nothing like a good set of pearly whites! :D
     
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    Kia's esophagus is narrower and some times she throws out (water or even food lets say an hour after she has eaten and is not the typical throwing out is like she regurgitated the food ) I need to be careful what I give her to eat (not to big, not to small , not to hard ) .
    So if I cant give to Kia a bone , I cant give to Brewster either (dont want arguments ) I wash there mouth once in a while not all the time and they have that pedigree dental sticks one a week .....
     
  11. luvmydogs

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    Ah, gotcha now. :thumbsup:
     
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