Ideally, you should be brushing your dog’s teeth daily in order to prevent the buildup and dirt, and the risk of periodontal disease. Periodontal disease has negative consequences, such as gum inflammation and bleeding, accompanied by tooth loss.
Just like normal people, brushing your pet dog’s teeth daily will also bring in benefits. Doing this will help get rid of all the accumulated bacteria at the end of each day, even before it begins to cause damages like tartar, tooth decay and other diseases, not to mention foul-smelling breath!
You can set up a daily time for brushing so that you won’t forget about the task. You can even schedule brushing your dog’s teeth the same time as you, so that it can become a part of your daily routine as well. If your dog is young, or is still a puppy, brush its teeth during its early age possible, so that it will start to get used to the process, routine, and sensation. While brushing your dog’s teeth daily is preferable, you can also do this at at least three times a week. To further avoid bad breath, there are dog breath fresheners available that can supplement brushing to leave your dog with great breath.