5 Best Dental Chews for Dogs + What Dangers to Look Out For
BY Ben Team
If you’ve ever felt the pain of a cavity or unrelenting hell that is a broken tooth, you’d probably swim through a lake of lava to shield your loved ones from the same pain – including your dog.
But unlike your human children, who you constantly remind to brush their teeth, or your spouse (who hopefully does so without prompting), owners often neglect their dog’s dental care needs.
This is unfortunate, as oral hygiene is a critical aspect of dog care.
Our four-footed best friends can and do suffer from many of the same ailments humans fall victim to, including plaque buildup, gum disease and – perhaps most obviously, given their predilection for licking their owner’s faces – halitosis, or bad breath.