I brush my dog’s teeth every alternate day. Brushing doesn’t help heaps… at least it helps okayie. (is there such word? okayie hahaha). Chester’s teeth is quite yellowish and brushing only helps a little. Most important I make sure there’s no build up of plaque and tartar. They’re the worst enemy for any dogs and human beings.
Looking confuse a little.
My Chester loves his brushing session. He has no problem having his teeth brushed since he was a puppy. He just love it. Even when I poke the brush to the rear end of his mouth, he has no problem with it. He’ll still go yum-yum-yum.
No toothpaste? Nevermind, just lick the bare toothbrush!
My usual command if he’s in another room is “Chester! Come brush your teeth lo” and if we’re in the same room, he’ll just come to me when he sees me with his brushing tools.
Doesn’t matter he’s sleeping or just lazing around, he’ll always come.
What you need to begin brushing your dogs teeth is simply a toothbrush and toothpaste. Kekeke
You can use any type of toothbrush you like… dog’s toothbrush (finger type, two way or normal type) and even human toothbrush. I’ve tried all of them and I prefer using human toothbrush. I buy kids toothbrush for Chester.
For toothpaste, please use ONLY dog toothpaste. Dogs cannot use human toothpaste because they’re unable to spit. Moreover human toothpaste is non-edible.
Top to bottom: his current toothbrush and toothpaste, his old finger toothbrush in hot red.