Professional pet grooming guides: learn how to clean a dog's teeth.
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Sue: Before the buff I would see to her teeth and nails and her ears, her teeth —I do like to check up a little clean and you also tell if its suffer from bad teeth.
I have actually cleaned one side of her mouth there. I have on one side and this other side on the canine. You will see the last is some tartar there which needs to be removed otherwise it will set up a gum infection.
Now you can have to clean your dog’s teeth yourself by this gum and tooth wipes, and I found this a bit easier than toothpaste and a brush that you can use on a dog. I put the wipe around my finger, and then just gently rub it on the teeth just holding that side of the mouth, gently rubbing it backward and forward and this will actually clean it.
Female: Sue mentioned to toothbrush and others do prefer this as John Evans demonstrates on his Cavalier no need to rinse.
John Evans: No hard rubbing and you need to clean the back of the teeth because the toothpaste won’t do that job for you. You don’t have to work. If I do the teeth twice a week I feel quite happy about that.
Female: And there are to scrape is of course and Sally points and shows how on her Lhasa.
Sally: Just gently scrape the tooth just to make sure there is any build up.
Female” A little more rigid and one more for the more competent handler I think, incidentally you can also get preparations which you simply sprinkler on the dog’s food and it causes the good old dog to be full if you can get one.