Comments on How to Brush a Dog's Teeth

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Teresa   Toronto, ON

2/4/2011 4:37:52 AM

This is all in the name of selling stuff you don't need but will run out and buy. All you need to do is feed your dog a good diet including raw bones and you do not need to brush a dogs teeth!

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Kent   Claremont, CA

1/7/2011 1:49:03 AM

This article was very helpful

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janet   bethlehem, PA

12/22/2010 4:29:04 AM

god to know, thanks very much

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Chitti R Peravali   McHenry, IL

11/7/2010 5:35:59 PM

Thank you very Much I found very good information from Dog channel And I think It will be useful many dog
lovers

Thanking you

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Bernie   Malden, MA

1/2/2010 8:39:32 PM

Everyone's dog's teeth are often overlooked unfortunately.

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Janet   Bethlehem, PA

10/11/2009 8:36:47 AM

good article thank you

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Madeline   los angeles, CA

9/29/2009 11:04:51 AM

Hi,
I'm a veterinarian and I've found the best toothbrush is one sold for human babies - it's a plastic ring that goes on your finger but has a real, but small, bristle brush on it. That way you get better control by using your finger vs a toothbrush handle and you get the abrasive effects of the brush.

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Stephanie   North Canton, OH

9/21/2009 5:57:44 PM

Thanks for the step-by-step instructions!

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Bridget   Chesterfield, VA

9/2/2009 7:59:22 PM

My pom is about to get a brushing!

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Joan   Brandon, MS

2/21/2009 6:15:44 AM

Great advice for de-sensitizing my dogs to the brush. I could never figure out how to do it myself, and the vet is so expensive when you have multiple dogs in your
household.
Thank you.

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Kira   Still not Telling, PA

2/19/2009 3:44:42 PM

Wow...I really, really, spelled "Diseases" incorrectly...WOW!!!!!!!!

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Kira   Not Telling !, PA

2/19/2009 3:43:22 PM

Thanks! Piper hates getting her teeth brushed though, we'll see how well this works... either way she is getting her teeth brushed... people underestimate oral deasises... some can kill!

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Derek   Vancouver, BC

2/11/2009 9:25:59 AM

I can't emphasize enough how important this is, particularly for small dogs. They seem to accumulate more plaque than the larger breeds. The presence of plaque is a major contributor to other health problems in the long-term.

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Daniela   Knoxville, TN

2/5/2009 2:20:41 PM

THanks we dont really brush our dog teeeth because we didint know but no i can tell my big sister how to brush Dylan's teeth

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Galadriel   Lothlorien, ME

2/2/2009 7:12:51 PM

Good advice.

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Andrea   Jasper, TX

2/1/2009 3:27:22 AM

Great information. I need all the help I can
get.
Thanks!!!!

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Jeffrey   Niles, IL

1/31/2009 5:39:17 AM

I use an electric tb on both my German Sheperds and started as pups and they actually like it. More people should clean there dogs teeth after you do brush yours or should.

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vanessa   birmingham, AL

1/30/2009 2:10:00 PM

I really did not see well for some reason.

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Mary   Battle Creek, MI

8/6/2008 11:38:25 AM

Thanks for the help!

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Cheril   Amarillo, TX

8/6/2008 9:45:37 AM

Thanks for the pointers! Good information!

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