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    Healthy breeding of Alaskan sled dog needs to brush its teeth 3-4 times a week. If the owner neglects to care for the dog’s mouth for a long time, it is easy to make the dog’s teeth unclean, which leads to bacterial reproduction and causes tooth bed pyorrhea, gingivitis, etc. So how can we beautify the Alaskan dog’s teeth?

    Oral disease will seriously affect the normal life and physical growth of Alaskan sled dog.
    First of all, brushing the teeth of Alaskan sled dogs should start from 6 months, and brushing the teeth 2-3 times a week for the young Alaskan. In the early stage of training, parents can use soft towels or gauze, and then dip in water or light salt water to wipe the teeth and gums. If there is any food left in the teeth, they should use small tweezers to clip it out, and then use gauze to gently rub the dog’s teeth back and forth to achieve the purpose of cleaning.
    Second, as Alaskan sled dogs grew, their teeth began to become strong and stable. At the same time, after a period of brushing training, the dog can fully accept the brushing process. Parents can choose to use professional pet dog toothbrush and toothpaste to wash their teeth more professionally. The method of cleaning teeth has not changed, only the tools used have changed. In addition to professional brushing care, choosing some suitable and healthy food in daily diet can also achieve the purpose of nursing. The food selected for Alaskan sled dogs should be crisp and dry, and should not be sticky or soft, and should not adhere to the dog’s teeth, which can cause oral diseases due to bacteria. You can choose some professional chewing glue and bone to let it chew in your spare time, to help clear the tartar on your teeth and achieve the purpose of cleaning your teeth.

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