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Tips and tricks for dog grooming, this video focus' on how to clean teeth of a Papillon.
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Chinese concern, we use a product the dogs have everyday on their food which helps to clean the teeth. And then before a show, we just go around with one of these little lint squares which we impregnated with tooth cleaning.
And what you do, is to wrap this around your finger like so. And then just literally you don’t even have to lift the dog lips up. Go along all the teeth and clean just running it like this.
And this helps to keep the dog’s teeth clean. It’s quite difficult to use a toothbrush on a small dog. That’s such small mouth by the time you got the toothbrush sorted out, it’s usually been chewed or something. So we find this process what’s very well for us.
But always try to stop this sort of thing from a very young age or the dog is going to be used to it. And don’t put up a struggle and then fight. But you try and make it fun so they enjoy coming on to the table to be groomed. And having all this bit and pieces done to them. That is much a bout the short show for the day now; you really get the part you get.