Why Would I Brush My Dogs Teeth?

30 Aug 2013
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Why Would I Brush My Dogs Teeth?

Dogs can get cavities just like we do! It is recommended that you brush your dogs teeth twice a week. If your dog has bad breath, that can be a sign of gum disease and plaque build-up. Not only is the smell unpleasant, this bacteria can enter the bloodstream and infect other vital organs. Check your dogs teeth regularly and have the teeth checked by a vet at least once a year. When brushing your dogs teeth, make sure to use toothpaste meant for dogs. Human toothpaste is not edible, and your dog will end up swallowing it. You can buy toothbrushes meant for dogs or a finger cap with.

Woofstock Sunday August 11th 10am-3pm

07 Aug 2013

Our annual dog wash to benefit the SPCA of Central Florida. Live Music, Foodtrucks, local inspired market, rowing competition and more!! Come out with your pooch for this fun event! Woofstock final poster Live Music