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TEETH CLEANING

 

TheDogPlace video theater uses sight and sound to help dog owners quickly absorb large amounts of information.  Veterinarians clean teeth to prevent bacterial dental infection that leads to heart failure.  Small dogs are prone to dental disease because the carnivore's teeth were made to gnaw RAW bones and safe American made rawhide bones...

 

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WHY DENTAL DISEASE IS DANGEROUS!

 

Don't miss the German Shepherd's message in the last video.  But first, if you own a toy breed dog be aware that you may need professional tooth cleaning to preserve his teeth and his health.  The first video of no-anesthesia teeth cleaning is a must-watch, produced by show breeder/author Jan Rasmussen who explains how veterinary dental cleaning can and should be done. Her wide-awake little Maltese deserves an Academy award.

 

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6+ minutes

 

Why brushing doesn't work to remove tartar or prevent bacterial infection which can damage heart and/or kidneys. In this video the dog is under general anesthesia and the vet explains why this must be so in order to do the job correctly.  Excellent information for dog owners who feed commercial dog food and fail to provide raw beef bones and "made in America rawhide chews".

4+ minutes

 

Non-Anesthetic dental care from scaling to polishing. The dogs used are large, docile breeds and the video is actually a promo tooth cleaning procedure for veterinary services. Extremely interesting and convincing for suitable dogs.

10 1/2 minutes

 

Lastly, a German Shepherd Dog that does NOT want his teeth cleaned. This video probably sums up what all dogs think about veterinary tooth cleaning as compared to natural diet and plenty of raw beef bones and/or safe American-made rawhide!

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Important, illustrated information on preserving your dog's teeth and health!

 

retained baby teeth are common in toy breeds and should be extracted

Toy Breed Teeth

Crooked or retained baby teeth need to be extracted by a veterinary dentist.1

Top Ten reasons to take the dog to a veterinarian, dental, allergies,  ear and skin infections, stomach upsets, eye infection or injury, diarrhea, hip dysplasia.

Top Ten Vet Visits

Dental disease and food allergies are the Top 10 canine health problems.1

Teeth Cleaning Risks

Take time to explore risk vs. benefit on every elective surgery.2

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