Did you know your dog’s teeth need regular brushing, just like yours do? Have you tried to brush your pup’s teeth? Have you given up because, let’s face it, their teeth are quite intimidating when they want to be. What if your dog actually likes the toothpaste? When he does, it’s a game changer.
Bow Wow Toothpaste is specially formulated to clean your furry friend’s teeth, freshen breath, and promote good mouth health. Start brushing two to three times a week and work up to the goal of a daily tooth brushing.
Wet tooth brush with water and add toothpaste powder to the brush. Brush teeth daily. You can also mix a small amount of the powder with coconut oil as an alternative to using water. The first time you may only get as far as acquainting her with the brush or perhaps brushing one tooth. That’s okay. This is a process. The goal is daily brushing. However long it takes to get there is better than not brushing.
Only use a small pea size amount of toothpaste. Baking soda in large doses can be harmful to dogs.
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Essential oils are not recommended for pregnant dogs or puppies under 6 months. These products are not intended for medical treatment, please consult your vet if you have any questions or concerns if this product is safe for your dog.
Turmeric aids as a natural detoxifier, is anti-inflammatory, naturally antibacterial, promotes heart and liver health, reduces blood clots that can lead to strokes and heart attacks by thinning the blood, promotes digestive health, helps with allergies, is an antioxidant, helps prevent cataracts, been used in the treatment of epilepsy, is a natural pain reliever, and helps stop diarrhea.
Dogs Naturally Magazine stated turmeric can “block the cancer promoting enzyme that stimulates the growth of head and neck cancer. The Department of Small Animal Clinical Scientists has conducted studies that show that curcumin can inhibit tumor growth and may even shrink existing tumors. This has to do with the spice’s amazing ability to shut down blood vessels that feed tumors.”
Parsley freshens and sweetens bad breath. The herb is antimicrobial, it is effective in preventing bacteria and other germs which can multiply in the dog's mouth. It is also useful in boosting kidney function.
Cinnamon Full of antioxidants and naturally antibacterial, it works against the leftovers in between teeth. It’s been known to ward off tooth decay and freshen bad breath.
Beef, Chicken, or Vegetable is used for flavoring. Brushing your dog’s teeth is easier if they actually like what you’re putting in their mouth.
Baking soda has a soothing effect due to its anti-inflammatory tendencies. Plus, it acts as an acid neutralizer and provide relief for itching.