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can anyoe recomend a dental poduct to help sally our 12 year old cairn terrier who has bad teeth and breath been back and forward to the vets to get clened and had had 4 teeht out and she will absoltley not tolerate getting her teeth brussed any ideas what we can try for her.
 

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can anyoe recomend a dental poduct to help sally our 12 year old cairn terrier who has bad teeth and breath been back and forward to the vets to get clened and had had 4 teeht out and she will absoltley not tolerate getting her teeth brussed any ideas what we can try for her.
Raw bones - fantastic teeth cleaner, strengthens gums and is 1000% natural! :D
 

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im not sure her teth are strong enough to have that but it is another ting to try do you think we should try her with a pis ear t try as she isedto love them to see how she gets on, do you know anyhthing to remove plauque from her teeth.
 

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Pigs ears are ok but not as good as raw bones - could try her on chicken wings ? Easy to chew ? With regards to plaque, that'll come off with the bone chewing - alternatively there is a product called "plaque off" which sprinkles on the food and will loosen plaque. What food is she on ? :)
 

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she is on iams foor for steraised overweight dogs and she has half a tub of cesar mixed in as her and our other dog rascal see my other post"b can anyone help poor rascal" they are both fussy eaters rascal simpl will not eat home coocked food hes such a funny boy so we got this food to try.
 

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My teeny, tiny dog manages chicken and duck wings, takes him a while but he really is very small.
His canine teeth have come up beautifully (the back ones have always been clean).
 

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wed hve to splitour dogs upas they would fight something awful over a bone which wouldmea shutting fff tro rooms nd having to sit with thm as our youngest hasvery bad sepration anxiety
 

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I use a combination of Plague off sprinkled on their dry food and weekly raw chicken carcus, wins or drumsticks.
My Bichon has very few teeth and she manages the raw chicken very well.
 

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i think we are going to try plauque off as we are a bit wary of feeding raw bones because if the fight it would cause between our dogs because they would want each others.
 
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