By Gary Boutin
Tools and Supplies
C.E.T. Tooth paste kit
A brave owner
One of the interesting adventures for a pet owner is to brush their teeth. After all good hygiene prevents tooth decay and bad breath.
This post shows the seven steps on how to brush a stubborn Basenji canine teeth without getting bit.
Step 1: Fig.2 shows the logo for Direct to you PetSupply at DTYPetSupply.com, where I purchased the Oral hygiene product.
|Fig.5 Oral Hygiene Kit|
|Fig.6 Chicken Toothpaste|
|Fig.7 Chicken Toothpaste Introduction|
Step 6: Linda tried using the finger brush and Kindu would not cooperate. Fig.11 to Fig.13 shows more pictures that Linda used in brushing Kindu's canine teeth. He likes the toothpaste but the overall hygiene was not accomplished for this boy.
|Fig.11 Brushing front teeth|
|Fig.12 Brushing Canine Teeth|
|Fig.13 Holding mouth open|
P.S. At 10 years old, all Star wants to do is eat the toothpaste--an extra meal with no brushing!
This post was written in memory of Kindu my friendly boy Basenji!
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