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Do You Brush Your Dog’s Teeth? #ChewsWisely #SayItWithMilkBone

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: December 11, 2014 | Categories: Animals, Pets
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Milk Bone Brushing Chews 1 #ChewsWisely #SayItWithMilkBone

I know you brush your own teeth and if you have children you brushed theirs until they were able to brush their own teeth. As a mom to a boy, I still have to ask my son if he brushed his teeth (yeah, I think it’s a boy thing). I am also a dog owner (I honestly think it’s the other way around… we are owned by our dog) who is a huge part of our family.

We take him to the Vet twice a year, have him professionally groomed every 4-6 weeks, and try to brush his teeth daily.

Yes, I said, “Try”.

He is not the most cooperative pup. But his oral health is important to us. Baxter gets anxious when we brush his teeth, so Milk Bone brushing chews are a life-saver.

Baxter Milk Bone Brushing Chews 1 #ChewsWisely

Baxter loves them and thinks he’s getting a special treat and we love them because we know his teeth are being brushed. Milk Bone brushing chews are the best treat for our dog’s teeth. So the brushing chews are a win-win.

Although our dog may not realize it, we know nothing says we care more about his oral health like Milk Bone brushing chews.

You can also get a $1 off coupon on Milk Bone brushing chews… just click on the image below…

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Do you brush your dog’s teeth? Did you know that Milk Bone made a dental care treat? They do, and Milk Bone brushing chews are important to add to your dog’s daily routine. Because healthy teeth and gums are just important for our four-legged friends as it is for us.


19 Responses to Do You Brush Your Dog’s Teeth? #ChewsWisely #SayItWithMilkBone

  1. My dog loves these kinds of chews. I get them so we don’t have to make that many teeth cleaning appointments a year.

  2. Rachel says:

    My dog loves her minties to “brush” her teeth. I used to brush her teeth with dog tooth paste and brush… but got lazy. I guess I should start it back up with her.

  3. Holly Thomas says:

    Milk Bone is the only treat my dog will eat.

  4. Brenda Lee says:

    My Titan loves these milk bones but he has a huge mouth with huge teeth and I’m not sure they are doing much good. I try to brush his teeth in phases and am somewhat successful, however, there’s nothing like a professional cleaning…..however, I’m afraid to go that route.

    Love those milk bones!

  5. Jenn says:

    I’m pretty sure we’re owned by our dogs as well as our cats, lol.

  6. Ty says:

    I don’t have a dog but if I did I’d make their oral health my priority. I’d assume they’d want fresh breath too, lol.

  7. judy maharrey says:

    I will try the dental chews. My dog loves their snacks anyway.

  8. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    We have not done this yet but the vet suggested we get him a tooth brush and doggie toothpaste. We do give them Milk bones for treats. They love them. Thank you for sharing this

  9. Thanks for the coupon and giveaway notice. I only brush our dog’s teeth one in a while and I’m afraid she’s been getting some tartar now.

  10. Veronica Lee says:

    We don’t have a dog but if we did,I would definitely get it Milk Bone brushing chews

  11. I’ll have to tell my mom about these for her little one.

  12. Ivan P says:

    hmm. interesting. I never thought it was needed. I thought the dog knows how to clean himself. 🙂

  13. Debra Evanson says:

    I haven’t tried these yet, but I definitely need to. They would definitely help with less visits to the vet for teeth cleaning

  14. Tammy says:

    I don’t have a pup, but I’m pretty sure if I did I’d try and brush their teeth! I’m a stickler for oral health around here, and I bet the pet would not be excluded from my tyranny!

  15. I’m so happy we don’t have to get our dog groomed. I’m sure that can be quite tiresome!

  16. Mai T. says:

    I “brush” her teeth with carrots. She loves it also.

  17. We just got a puppy. I need to look into these for her.

  18. Kelly says:

    That is such a cute little dog! I used to give my dog treats like this but stopped for a while. However, I can see that his teeth are not as clean as they were before, and his breath is getting to be like “dog breath”. Going to start this practice back up. Thanks for the idea.

  19. Marcie W. says:

    I really need to make it a point to get our dog used to having his teeth brushed, especially since a vet dental cleaning involves getting put under anesthesia and our Harvey has a heart murmur that makes that extra worrisome.