How to Manage Your Welsh Corgi's Gingivitis

Has your Welsh Corgi has been diagnosed with gingivitis then you have most likely already implemented certain changes to your Welsh Corgi’s diet and dental hygiene practices. For instance, you may have switched your dog to a more solid food to help naturally break down plaque build-up. Your vet may also have shown you how to clean your Welsh Corgi’s teeth at home with a professional veterinary toothpaste. In addition, ask your vet about using a veterinary antibacterial spray that can be sprayed on your pup’s teeth to reduce plaque build-up. This may also help re-fresh your Welsh Corgi’s breath. Additional aids for keeping the gums and teeth clean may also include specially formulated Welsh Corgi treats and chews such as the popular Greenie brand. All of these steps can help manage your pup’s dental care long-term. Consult with your veterinary clinic Thorold, ON for more details. Or click here.

How to Manage Your Welsh Corgis Gingivitis

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