Dr Oz Doggie Dental Care
Dr Oz did a segment on Dog Dental Care with Dr Marty Becker, author of Your Dog: The Owner’s Manual. Doctor Oz said that a pet’s unhealthy mouth can cost extra money and take years off of your dog’s life, but he admitted that he personally never brushes his dog’s teeth. Dr Becker said that this is why 4 out of 5 dags have Periodontal Disease. Daily Oral Care for your dog is crucial for their dental health as well as for their overall health so that they live longer.
Dr Oz: Dog Dental Rinse
Dr Oz brought on three dogs with their owners to demonstrate three different methods for cleaning your dog’s teeth. The first way to clean your dog’s teeth is by adding a capful of Doggie Dental Rinse to a quart of water. Dr Marty Becker said that the Dog Dental Rinse reduce plaque and tartar. It costs around $20 for 500 ml, which should last about 6 months for a smaller dog. He said it has no taste and it helps to prevent more expensive dental cleanings.
Dr Oz: Edible Toothbrush
Doctor Oz’s second doggy assistant had very stinky breath, which is a problem for about 80% of dogs. Dr Becker said you should take advantage of your dog’s tendency to want to chew on things by giving him / her an Edible Toothbrush, which costs around $20 for 27 ounces. A Dog Edible Toothbrush is clinically proven to remove plaque and tartar.
Dr Oz: Dog Toothbrush & Toothpaste
Dr Oz’s final doggy assistant got the full dental treatment. The best way to clean your dog’s teeth is of course with a Doggie Toothbrush and Dog Toothpaste. You should never use human toothpaste on your dog because it is dangerous for your dog to swallow human toothpaste. Dr Becker said that his wife brushes his dog’s teeth every single day, and it tends to be easiest to do it after they have a nice long walk and are happy. But if you absolutely cannot get your dog to let you brush his / her teeth, then you will get about 80% of the same value by adding a Dog Dental Rinse to their drinking water and by using an Edible Toothbrush for Dogs.