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What is the best way of removing the yellow tartar deposits from my pets teeth.?

What is the best way of removing the yellow tartar deposits from my pets teeth. Is there a special tooth paste for dogs ? Pls post your replies, thanks folks! Pls suggest a brand of toothpaste for dogs !
By Tushar Kanchan · 11 May 2010 8:55 pm

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By shreyank · 11 May 2010 9:02 pm
yes there are toothpastes made especially for dogs.i use a toothpaste called dentapaste on my dog.ul get it in any pet shop.never use human toothpastes on dog..
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By Tushar Kanchan · 11 May 2010 9:13 pm
ok, thanks shreyank, i will get it
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By Gopal Krishna · 12 May 2010 12:03 pm
better way to prevent this is to give him chew toys which have vents in them... they are design to remove the strain and plaque & tartar deposit... Give him hard kibble that keeps the teeth clean... I personally dont believe in the dog toothpaste... stray dogs never use toothpaste but they have very clean teeth... :) but if you want you can use tooth paste... I guess Himalayas also have tooth paste for dog...
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By Hameed Sulaiman · 12 May 2010 9:16 pm
trust me the best way to get rid of tar tar is carrot. wash them and put it in the freezer over night and give it in the morning and he will love it and his teeth will stay clean.
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By Runni · 14 May 2010 9:50 am
Raw bones can also serve the purpose. My pet's teeth are cleaner now as I am feeding him raw meaty bones.
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