Teeth Cleaning Regime/ Good Bones for Teeth

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  1. jeandecker76

    jeandecker76 Registered Users

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    Just wondered what products those who clean their dogs' teeth use

    My dog has tried chicken wings and is fed mainly kibble with some wet food toppers when I have them.
     
  2. Tarwheel

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    Our Lab loves to chew on deer antlers, and that seems to keep her teeth very clean. They’re expensive but last a long time. I keep hoping that I’ll find a nice rack while hiking in the woods because we have a lot of deer around here.
     
  3. Ski-Patroller

    Ski-Patroller Cooper, Terminally Cute

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    Antlers (AKA Sheds) are really hard, harder than bones. I kept hearing about dogs damaging teeth on them, so we quit using them. We do use artificial sheds from Nylabone although some vets think they are too hard also.
     
  4. Tarwheel

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    My dog eats Nylabones, so I’ve quit using them
     
  5. Mako_theEnglish_SD

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    Large raw meaty bones they cant fit in their mouth and are not machine cut are great for teeth cleaning. They are also very mentally stimulating. You should also never feed any kind of smoked or cooked bone as they splinter.
     

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