Pearly Whites: Those Lovely Greyhound Teeth

dog toothbrushChances are, when you adopted your greyhound, you were warned that they are notorious for their bad teeth.  Some postulate that it’s because, as racers, they were fed high protein, high bacteria food, also known as “4-D” meat – meat that comes from dying, diseased, disabled and dead livestock that has been deemed unfit for human consumption. Others believe that these racers are fed meat of old dairy cows who are no longer productive.  Regardless, it is up to us – as responsible greyhound parents – to care for their teeth and prevent periodontal disease.

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