You brush your own teeth every day, right? And you get regular dental cleanings, don’t you? We’re not here to judge your oral hygiene, but we have a feeling your dog’s teeth and gums don’t get the same amount of care and attention as your own. And we get that. But did you know that by the time they’re 3 years old, most pets suffer from some form of dental disease? Slacking on dental care could lead to painful
periodontal disease, tooth loss or worse.

Thankfully, caring for your pet’s teeth and gums isn’t as daunting as you may think. With these 5 simple tips, you can help keep your canine’s adorable smile shiny and healthy. And as an added bonus for you, his
breath might smell surprisingly fresh when he gives you a kiss — especially if you give him Milk-Bone
® Brushing Chews
® Fresh Breath Daily Dental Treats, which are clinically proven to reduce
bad breath.

Doggie Dental Care Tips

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