Tips and reasons for brushing your doggy's teeth

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Recommendation of Brushing for Your Doggy

Recommendation of Brushing for Your Doggy

It is said that more than 80% of dogs over 3 years old suffer from periodontal diseases.
If periodontal diseases are left untreated, they may not only lose their teeth but also break their chins or even develop serious diseases such as thrombosis or diabetes.

Even if their teeth are brushed every day just like you and I, stains and tartar tend to develop.

It is recommended that you go to the veterinarian or use “Kenko-Care” series to remove stain and tartar.

Recommendation of Brushing for Your Doggy
Tips and reasons for brushing your doggy's teeth

Tips for brushing

Do not give up brushing just because your dog rejects it. With patient care on a daily basis, eventually your dog will get used to brushing.

STEP1

Let your dog feel relaxed and get used to you touching its mouth.

STEP2

Put your dog’s favorite scent or flavor on a “Finger Brush” or a “Tooth Brush,” and let him/her lick it so that he/she may get used to it gradually.

See our Liquid toothpaste for dogs.

See our 60G, Toothbrush for dogs.

STEP3

Move slowly from the fangs to the back teeth while brushing. Brush the gum at the same time.

See our Tooth Brush Small Head .
See our Tooth Brush Large Head .
See the page regarding our “Finger Brush.”

Once your dog is used to brushing

Even if their teeth are brushed every day just like you and I, stains and tartar tend to develop. Its recommended that you go to the veterinarian or use “Kenko-Care” series to remove stain and tartar.

MIND UP's Kenko-Care Series

With our Kenko-Care daily dental care product, your dog can continue to enjoy his/her meals with healthy teeth forever.

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