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Canine Smiles will change the way you think about dog teeth cleaning. We don't feed our pets table scraps or people food, but some small dogs are just prone to stinky breath. Over the years we probably spent thousands of dollars on our beloved Jack Russell Terriers, who were with us for 14 and 17 years, having their teeth cleaned at the vet. I was always a little nervous because at the Vet they put the animals under anesthesia and there is always risk in that!
I was determined to try something different with our new 4 year old Jack Russell. I bought all the supplies at the pet store and thought if I brushed his teeth once a week, we would never have the problem we had with our other dogs. But of course, it just wasn't that easy! Then I was so lucky to find that the owners of the mobile dog grooming business we use, Perfect Pooch, had come up with a technique to do a thorough teeth cleaning and I could have it done whether or not our pet needed to be groomed at the time.
We are "those" people. Yes, the ones that treat our dogs like they are humans and one of the family. It may seem silly, but besides the obvious benefit of our pet's breath being better, taking care of your dog's teeth is one of the keys to a long and healthy life. Beyond the obvious better breath factor, dental disease can actually lead to problems with your pet's organs, such as the heart. Caring for your pet's teeth can prevent other health problems as well, saving you tons of money over the long term! We HIGHLY recommend giving CANINE SMILES an opportunity to treat your furry friend. :)