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Dental health for pets
How many teeth do dogs have and what do they use them for?
An adult dog is blessed with 42 teeth and all have a highly specialised tasks to perform, such as:
In the wild, this process works extremely well, and canine relatives of our domestic dogs such as wolves and dingos don't suffer from dental disease.
So why do domesticated dogs suffer from dental disease?
It is almost the norm, for dog owners to accept the fact that their dogs have smelly breaths and horrible yellowish brown looking teeth, and don't give a second thought to their pets' pain and suffering
Why is it then, that when I was a kid living in the country, my Mum fed our cats and dogs on fresh raw meat, and our pets had beautiful white teeth and no dental disease? And now we have millions of family pets walking around plagued with the ravages of dental disease.
The answer lies directly with the power of the International dog food companies and their huge marketing budgets which have produced a generation of dogs:
If you have a dog with bad breath or dental disease, we have all the answers for you on our sister site at www.dodogsteethfallout.com - here is a list of links which may be of interest to you . . . . . . .
How to clean your dog's teeth and keep their gums and teath healthy and strong - click here.
Bad breath - click here -
Dental disease - click here.Frequently asked questions - click here.
Only natural dental products - click here.
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