7 Hacks to Help with Brushing

1. Take it slow Cats and dogs can be anxious and fearful of new things, especially when it involves you handling an area of their body they are not used to you handling. More notably they may be more uncertain because you are going in their mouth as opposed to just handling the outsides, which they are likely very used to.   2. Get them used to the brush near their face  Sometimes it’s just the fact that there is something weird near their face that they are objecting to. (Help Fig 1) Touch the brush to their body and
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Brushing Your Cat’s Teeth

Yes, you read the title right, this is about brushing cat teeth, and yes you need to brush their teeth every day because they form periodontal disease just like we do. And no, cat breath is not normal. I know what you’re thinking, “Yeah right, not in a million years, my cat….” Finish that thought however you like, but I’m here to show you how to brush all the same. The biggest difference between brushing cat and dog teeth is with a dog you can say, “Let’s do this!” and gradually after a little bit of training and time they
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Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth

Everyone knows that tooth brushing is an important part of daily hygiene. No matter what order it actually falls in, basically, you get up, you brush your teeth, and get ready for the day. Right before bed you brush your teeth, and you’re ready for the night. But what about your dogs, where do they fall? They have teeth, they get bad breath, and they form periodontal disease exactly the way humans do. And yet, many people don’t think twice about not brushing, or we hear: “My dog doesn’t like it.” Or “He won’t tolerate it.” Brushing your dog’s teeth
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