When puppies are young and learning about their life, they can be nervous about any new situation that confronts them, especially in the environment of a new home. One of the areas of healthcare that a puppy owner tends to forget about or is nervous of making a mistake is cleaning a puppy’s teeth.
Most of the time there is a slight nervous reaction to cleaning puppy’s teeth, one that can be an easy procedure to set in place. The first important part of teaching a puppy to enjoy having his teeth cleaned is by making it fun. When you have purchased your doggie toothpaste and toothbrush from your puppy’s local vet, paste a little onto your index finger and be ready to start your game.
When you call your puppy his natural curiosity and his keen sense of smell will lead him to your finger and he will not resist the temptation to lick at some of the toothpaste. When he recognises that you are not telling him off, slowly place your finger just under the lip of his mouth, giving warm encouraging praise. If your puppy becomes nervous, wait and try again until some of the toothpaste sticks to his front teeth.
When your puppy becomes used to receiving your praise and a cuddle, allow the toothpaste to linger on his teeth, and then replace your finger for the bristles of a doggie toothbrush. Move the toothbrush up and down slowly, if your pet objects and wriggles stop and try later.
Puppies require specially formulated puppy food to help him grow into a health adult dog. Hills Science plan takes care of your puppy having balanced portions of puppy food. We also advocate that a puppy have his teeth cleaned on a regular basis to avoid a bad breath and keep unwanted digestive problems at bay.
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