Have you had your dog’s teeth checked this month?

February is doggie dental month! A dog’s teeth and gums is a great key to their overall health. Your dog needs a thorough vet visit every year to help assess if there is anything you need to be dealing with.Dog Health

Often people thing that dogs just have bad breath. This is not true! Bad breath is not normal dogs. This can be a sign of a gum disease, poor dietary habits, or another health issue going on. Make sure you are brushing your Labradoodles teeth daily with a doggie toothbrush and toothpaste. On occasion is okay to be using a grain free gourmet dental chew from Life’s Abundance.

We care about your dogs health, please do not let this fall in the cracks! Brushing your Australian Labradoodles teeth is even more important than brushing their coat everyday.

Did you know that brushing your dogs teeth 3 – 4 times a week can extend their life 1 – 2 years!

Cheryl Sabens

Ashford Manor Labradoodles

Premium Australian Labradoodle Breeder in Indiana