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Is there any particular tooth brush & paste to be used for my dog?

I have 3 questions, I have a Golden Retriever, he's 22 months old, I have never brushed his teeth and feel that I should do so now, can you help me with the details like if there's any particular tooth brush & paste to be used or I can brush his teeth with a normal tooth brush without paste. Secondly, what is the best shampoo for him and yes lastly, I'm in Bangalore and am looking to get him mated and unable to find a female GR. So if anyone has a GR female, then please let me know.
By Bumzy · 11 Sep 2012 11:56 am


By Rahul Bhardwaj · 12 Sep 2012 6:48 pm
no need to brush his teeth just give him DENTASTICK(pedigree) to eat and his teeth will get clean...
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By Navjot Singh · 12 Sep 2012 9:27 pm
Just think do dogs in wild brush their teeth??? They don't. Dogs don't need tooth brushes to clean their teeth. Their teeth are designed to tear the flesh off and chew down the bones. This process itself cleans up their teeth. You need to feed him raw hide bones. Chewing these cleans tartar in their teeth and keep them sharp and smell free.
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By Prashant Sharma · 19 Oct 2012 11:55 pm
But rawhides are not good for their digestive system
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By Navjot Singh · 20 Oct 2012 10:02 am
Raw hides are safe unless you are feeding a 3rd class quality product. Pet-stores are flooded with these products. There are some Chinese brands which sell chew treats which are not considered safe. Feeding good chews is very important because dogs are 'canines', ie their teeth are meant for tearing off flesh. If their teeth are not used to chew, they are likely to have gum problems including bad smell.
It's best to consult a Vet while buying raw-hides.
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