I’ve always had an interest in the health of our homes, and it’s something that I’ve never been able to really get my hands on until I began to study pet care.
As a result, I’ve been fascinated by the many things that are out there that can affect our pets, from dust and allergens to cleaning products.
As an avid dog lover, I can’t imagine ever wanting to get rid of our pets’ dental floss or toothbrushes.
But now, thanks to the work of the National Veterinary Association, I’m finally able to have the answers I’ve wanted.
It’s thanks to this group of scientists that I can finally put some of these answers into practice.
In the first part of this series, I’ll explain what it means to care for a pet, what they’re like and what they need to do to stay healthy.
Then I’ll share a few tips for how to take care of them when they’re not around.
In the second part, I will talk about the most common issues and challenges you’ll face as you try to maintain the health and wellbeing of your dog’s teeth.
In this part, we’ll dive into the science behind tooth care, the health benefits of brushing your dog and the importance of pet food.
You can find the first article in this series on my blog, Dogs and Dentistry: How to Care for Your Dog in the First Year.
If you have any questions about dental care, you can always reach out to my friends at Dietary Matters, where I answer questions and share recipes with you.
You can also follow me on Twitter at @DietingDogs or visit my Facebook page at facebook.com/dietingdogs.
For more information about pet dental care and to find out how you can get involved, you’ll need to subscribe to my newsletter, Pet Health Daily.
Thanks for reading, and stay safe!