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Blue French Bulldog Healthy Teeth Tips

Although Blue French Bulldogs are less prone to cavities and dental issues than humans, we still need to take care of our Blue Frenchies’ dental hygiene and health. Because plaque and tartar can accumulate over time and lead to tooth loss and uncomfortable gum conditions in addition to causing bad breath, this is one of the key reasons why Blue Frenchie Dental issues shouldn’t be taken lightly. Beyond that, serious heart, liver, and kidney issues could result from teeth problems. According to research, more than 85% of French Bulldogs that are four years old and older experience periodontal issues. So that our fellow Frenchie Lovers can be better informed about how to keep their cuties out of harm’s way when it comes to dental care, we decided to elaborate on this topic.

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For the sake of your Blue French Bulldog’s dental health, pay attention to the following quick tips.

1. Pay Attention to Your Blue Frenchie’s Breath: If your Frenchie has a musky-like odor, this could be a sign of an oral disease that could progress to tooth pain and possibly affect tissues outside of the mouth and gums. Therefore, as soon as you detect this musky-like odor, it’s critical to act quickly to address the problem before it worsens. How to Treat Blue French Bulldogs with Bad Breath has some information and advice for you if your Frenchie simply has foul breath.

2. Brush Your Blue French Bulldog’s Teeth Frequently: Just like any other skill he has acquired, you can train your Blue French Bulldog to brush his teeth. This is because it is not a natural activity for Blue Frenchies. Blue Frenchies typically protest training, but it eventually succeeds in getting them to the position or attitude we desire. Like with your own, you should regularly brush his teeth. But keep in mind that Blue French Bulldogs shouldn’t use human toothpaste; instead, look for dog toothpaste or ask your veterinarian for a recommendation. You should come up with other clever ways to keep your Blue French Bulldog’s teeth clean aside from brushing them, which might turn into a fight between you and your Blue Frenchie.

3. Consider Dental Toys, Special Treats, and Specific Foods: Continuing from the previous sentence, not all Blue French Bulldogs will be amenable to daily tooth brushing, regardless of the modifications you make to make the exercise convenient for them. In order to keep your Frenchie’s teeth clean and in good condition, you should think of creative ways. Go for Blue Frenchie’s teeth-cleaning toys, treats, and carefully choose his foods. You can learn what kind of food is best for your Blue French Bulldog’s dental health by doing a little research. Find him some toys that he can chew on and play with rather than something he can bite off and swallow because these are better for the gums and for removing tartar and plaque, which over time can become a dangerous dental decay.

All things are welcome in the mouths of Blue French bulldogs. As their teeth erupt from their gums and frequently cause discomfort, puppies develop this tendency when they are teething. Check out our blog post Why Does My Blue French Bulldog Chew My Furniture if you notice that your Frenchie is inappropriately chewing on objects like shoes or furniture rather than the many, many toys you have purchased for them.

4. Maintain a regular dental examination schedule: Take your Blue French Bulldog to the vet on occasion to have their general health, including their teeth and gums, examined. If your Frenchie is 4 years old or older, this is especially important. Furthermore, it’s critical to get regular checkups if your Blue French Bulldog is young but has a history of dental issues. Keep nothing in the cupboard if you decide to switch your Blue Frenchie’s regular veterinarian because the new vet will likely want to know about the Blue Frenchie’s medical history. His gums, teeth, mouth tissue, and any visible signs of bleeding or inflammation are a few of the typical areas you should make sure to examine. Usually, the veterinarian will perform additional testing to look for potential health issues.