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Shark teeth

Sometimes puppies have trouble losing their puppy teeth, especially those sharp, little pointy canine (fang) teeth. Puppies start the teething process (where they lose their baby (deciduous) teeth and the adult teeth come in) at about three and a half … Continue reading

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Recap

Just a bit of recap from the end of last week and beginning of this one! I made several trips to the vet last week; three days in a row as a matter of fact! Wednesday the Poodle pups went … Continue reading

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Gloves

Remember a month or so ago when I shared that article about using exfoliating gloves to “brush” your dog’s teeth? The writer found it easier to use the textured gloves (putting the toothpaste on her finger), then trying to coordinate … Continue reading

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All clean!

I’m fortunate that a lot of my dogs will let me use a dental scaler on them to help keep their teeth nice. But sometimes that is not enough, and the teeth need to be professionally cleaned. The dog must … Continue reading

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