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Dogs love exploring the world through the use of their mouth-they play, eat, as well as lift and move objects. Therefore, it’s essential that their teeth and gums are looked after properly and given the correct dental care.

80% of dogs will suffer from some form of Dental Disease by the age of three years old, with the risk of dental problems increasing as your dog ages. Thankfully, you can help prevent of the development of Gingivitis and Periodontal Disease with a good dental care routine. Brushing your dog’s teeth regularly with a toothbrush and doggie friendly toothpaste is the most efficient method of keeping their mouth clean and removing any leftover food between the teeth, combined with Dental Chews, Water Additives and Food Supplements will help reduce the risks.

Prevention is always better than cure, so make sure your dog is getting their teeth cleaned regularly, ideally once a week. There is a wide range of dental care options available in-store and online, and our team in-store are available to help you to find the one that is most suitable to your pet’s needs.

Not too sure what you’re looking for, or have a question? Visit our online Pet Care Advice Centre for information and advice on taking care of your dog’s healthcare. Our in-store team of experts are on hand to help guide you in the right direction, so don’t hesitate and contact a member of our team today.

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Dental Care for Dogs

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Shop Dental Care for Your Dog

Dogs love exploring the world through the use of their mouth-they play, eat, as well as lift and move objects. Therefore, it’s essential that their teeth and gums are looked after properly and given the correct dental care.

80% of dogs will suffer from some form of Dental Disease by the age of three years old, with the risk of dental problems increasing as your dog ages. Thankfully, you can help prevent of the development of Gingivitis and Periodontal Disease with a good dental care routine. Brushing your dog’s teeth regularly with a toothbrush and doggie friendly toothpaste is the most efficient method of keeping their mouth clean and removing any leftover food between the teeth, combined with Dental Chews, Water Additives and Food Supplements will help reduce the risks.

Prevention is always better than cure, so make sure your dog is getting their teeth cleaned regularly, ideally once a week. There is a wide range of dental care options available in-store and online, and our team in-store are available to help you to find the one that is most suitable to your pet’s needs.

Not too sure what you’re looking for, or have a question? Visit our online Pet Care Advice Centre for information and advice on taking care of your dog’s healthcare. Our in-store team of experts are on hand to help guide you in the right direction, so don’t hesitate and contact a member of our team today.