Brushing a dog’s teeth is no easy task. Most dogs absolutely hate getting their teeth cleaned and squirm violently away from the toothbrush. Sound familiar?
After learning that dachshunds are especially prone to dental problems down the road, Mike and I (Steph) realized we needed to start cleaning Django's teeth regularly. Like most dogs, Django refused to let us go anywhere his mouth with a dog-friendly finger brush.
Then one day I accidentally discovered an amazing trick. I stumbled upon a way to brush any dog's teeth without the violent squirming and discomfort. I shared this idea with our vet who excitedly replied "You need to make a YouTube video and share this with the world!!!". So I did :)
So here it is. Here is an easy and effective way to brush your dog's teeth and help you fight off tooth decay, gum disease and thousands of dollars in doggy dental bills in the future.
Video: How to Brush Your Dog's Teeth - A Simple and Powerful Trick
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