Dog dental care toys are an ideal hygiene staple for most dog owners. Dental healthcare in dogs and puppies is a part of their upkeep, often overlooked by many pet owners. A dog dental care toy provides hours of pleasure to all dogs at all stages of life. Here are some of our favourite dog dental care toys.
This dental care toy is 100% natural rubber and features a topple-proof base. It has a mild milk flavour and works with toothpaste, peanut butter or most dog kibble.
This dental hygiene toy comes with a soft cleaning brush. The cleaning brush features a lightweight wire handle and hanging loop. This dog dental care toy comes in two size options. Its Medium option works for dogs up to 40bs, and the Large selection covers dogs 30 – 90lbs. This dental care toy is not suitable for toy dog breeds.
This dog toy features a squeaking function on both ends of its shaft and has an even, lightweight feel. It fits most purses or fanny packs when carrying dogs for a walk.
This dental toy is available in various style options and features skull-shaped ends and other skeleton details. Choose between solid evergreen or an abstract black and teal design. This dental care toy features two sets of 5MM rubber granules and shallow ridges to grind down your dog’s canine teeth.
This dog dental care log has five length and girth options to suit dogs in narrow weight categories. It helps train chewing muscles and bursts with poignant flavours with each chewing session.
This dental care log is hand-sanded, untreated Arabica wood. It features rounded ends and a flake-resistant surface. This dental care log is naturally caffeine free. It contains zero calories, making it an appropriate option in weight loss management. Use this dental care log with sufficient drinking water for noticeable results.
This dog dental care toy has a robust bacon flavour that pleases all dog breeds and makes a suitable alternative to over-snacking. It is vet tested and resists chewing strength equalling or less than 360lbs of pressure.
This oral care toy features a dumbbell design and comes in eye-catching colour choices. It features ethically sourced, food-safe rubber construction, studded chewing points and an antibacterial shield. Its antibacterial coating lasts for the duration of the toy’s life without adding an unpleasant smell or taste. It withstands regular cleaning.
This dental care toy contains a long-lasting peppermint scent tolerated well by most dogs. It helps remove surface stains, plaque, tartar build-up and odour-causing food particles.
This dental care toy has a stick design and sports two sets of rigid bristle shapes. Its design includes a slow-release chamber for vet-prescribed cleaning agents. This dental care toy is an organic isoprene compound, a substance safe for all pets and human exposure. It is about six inches tall and measures two inches at its widest point.
A dog dental care dog should last your dog a few months or a year - depending on quality. Choose a dog dental care toy that suits your dog's needs and pet parenting goals.
Bristles: Some dental care toys feature raised bristles or textured shapes that scrub between teeth. Choose soft, rounded bristles to prevent damage to your dog's delicate gum line. Wooden dental care toys must never have splinters or hard projections.
A: A sturdy, pet-safe dental care toy is safer than an animal bone. Animal bones pose dangers to your dog's mouth and digestive tract. Dental care toys can provide many mental and emotional benefits to dogs and puppies. Natural disasters, crate training and loud environments can affect your pet less with the presence of a chew toy to promote feelings of calmness and delight. Some raw animal bones like beef, lamb and turkey are soft and splinter-proof for safe, prolonged chewing. Cooked bones can break down into sharp pieces that harm the mouth, cause choking or get into the stomach. Rawhide, another popular chewing tool, may include chemicals not removed after manufacture. Avoid these as well. Chewing is a form of mental and physical exercise for dogs. The act of chewing consumes much of their focus and fights boredom. Puppies and adult dogs also chew when afraid, irritated or otherwise stressed out. Loud noises like fireworks or explosions affect most dogs. Chewing can help relax a scared dog in these situations.
A: Raw diets for dogs typically feature muscle and organ meats, crushed or whole bones, dairy products and some produce. A balanced raw food diet offers as much nutrition as dry dog food or canned dog food. However, raw food diets may cost more than prepared dog foods and require a time commitment. Raw diets need intense meal preparation and careful attention to sanitation. Raw meat needs careful handling at each step to reduce the risk of food-borne diseases. Because of the high pathogen content in raw meat, many vets do not recommend raw diets. Dogs who consume raw meats are not safe around babies or the immunocompromised. Despite their drawbacks, raw food diets deliver unmatched nutrition while adding a diverse taste pallet for all dogs. Raw food improves coat softness, sheen, and length, helps improve energy levels throughout the day and promotes good breath and overall dental health. Raw diets help avoid health issues related to dry kibble and are easily digestible.