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Getting pictured with their dogs is a big deal among the country’s social media glitterati. When it comes to looking after their dog’s teeth however, the reaction is mixed. Tara O’Farrell, also know as Tara Make Up in social media circles, said she checks her dogs, Teddy and Ruby’s teeth regularly and gives them a dental stick every week or so. “Teddy has to get his teeth cleaned once a year because of plague build up which causes bad breath. Ruby doesn’t have the same problem but if we ever have her in the vet we ask them to check her teeth too,” she said. Beauty blogger, Pamela Laird can’t say them same about her dog, Bambi. “Bambi is nearly 10 years old now and I’m embarrassed to say I never had a dental routine for her. She’s so small that I didn’t know how to go about checking or cleaning them. I am shocked to see the pedigree statistics that one in three dogs suffers with gum disease,” she said. Instagramer, Megan Pardy has two dogs, a goldendoodle and a mal shi and said that she maintains the dog’s dental hygiene with proper dog food to protect their teeth and gums. “We also use good quality dog chews suitable for their age and size in addition to regular trips to the vet,” she said.

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