Whilst thoroughly inspecting and brushingyour pet's teeth is not always the easiest task, it remains one that is imperative to their health and overall wellbeing. Hidden within your pet's mouth can be an extensive range of insights and indications about their health; therefore, it is important to check it regularly and clean thoroughly. As February is Pet Dental Hygiene month, New Pet Parent are on hand to guide you in caring for your pets oral health!
What is Pet Dental Health Month?
Much like humans, pets can suffer from a broad spectrum of oral problems - and the condition of their mouths can significantly impact their overall health and wellbeing. From bad breath to gum disease, dental care for cats and dogs is an equally important part of pet ownership - for this reason, regular inspection and consistent care are encouraged. National Pet Dental Health Month is been created to educate owners on the importance of their pets' Oral Health. Additionally, following are New Pet Parent's health care tips.
New Pet Parent's Dental Hygiene Tips
A Balanced Diet and Dental Chews: Whilst the mouth has its self-cleaning system, its efficiency can be aided by the consumption of a balanced diet and some biscuits/chews designed to assist in oral hygiene.
Brush Their Teeth: A soft toothbrush and paste specially formulated for pets can be used to brush their teeth. You should enquire with a veterinary professional to ensure you are brushing effectively and should never use toothpaste for humans, as these can be considered toxic to animals due to the high fluorideand xylitol content.
Regular Check-ups: Just like us, our pets should have regular veterinary check-ups with their vet to monitor and care for their health - particularly if they are older. If their oral health is currently suffering, they may require a professional veterinary dental treatment - in addition to ongoing plaque control.
New Pet Parent's Collection Of Dental Hygiene Products
Dog Dental Paste: When using this product, be sure to gradually introduce it to your pet and reward them for their cooperation. For daily use through a cycle of at least three weeks, the dog toothpaste should be applied to the teeth and gums and then brushed with a toothbrush or specifically designed finger toothbrush for a minute. This product does not require rinsing, and cycles vary depending on veterinary advice.
Dog Finger Toothbrush: Perfectly accompanying the Dental Paste for Dogs from New Pet Parent, the Dog soft silicone Finger Toothbrush enables swift and minimally invasive brushing of the mouth of your pet; to reduce plaque tartar build-up and to prevent any oral diseases that will compromise their health.
The Wellness Bundle: Equipped with the highly sought after Dental Paste and Finger Toothbrush for dogs, 'The Wellness Bundle' from New Pet Parent additionally includes Cleansing Shampoo, Omega Care tablets and Joint Care supplements - to encourage the optimum health and wellbeing of your furry friend.
The oral health of our animals is just as important as other aspects of their physical wellbeing; therefore, dental hygiene should be a priority for pet owners! As a leading provider of Superfood for dogs, New Pet Parent are proud to additionally offer an extensive range of Wellness Products, Accessories and Educational Posts to assist owners in the caring of their beloved pets. This Pet Dental Health Month, be sure to browse our collection!