1. Brush teeth daily
The cost of dental prophylaxis for your dog has to include general anesthesia, antibiotics, and often an older dog will need extras like pre-surgical blood work and x-rays to determine the extent of her dental disease.
These expenses are totally unnecessary but common because most families do not bother taking care of their dog’s teeth before they develop problems that require surgery.
Avoid all of these costs by a little preventative care each day. A larger dog might be able to do fine with dental chews but a small dog whose teeth are crowded together is more inclined to build up tartar and more in need of tooth brushing.
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