After our post about caring for a dog with no teeth, the next logical question is: What about toys for dogs with few teeth?
I rescued a 9 year old dog recently. He had all his top teeth removed and some bottoms missing. Any toys that you found were fun for your dog without being painful or stressful? ~ Courtney
If your dog has very few teeth (or no teeth), as is often the case with senior dogs, it’s still important for your dog to have some toys of his own to play with.
Following are 10 types of dog toys that are best for dogs with no teeth…
Read more: 10 Best Toys For Dogs With No Teeth (Or Few Teeth) And Senior Dogs
I’ve heard good things about Mercola healthy pet products, but haven’t tried them… til now.
In fact, ever since my dog started taking Glucosamine and Chondroitin after tearing his ACL, I’ve considered trying the Mercola supplements instead of buying them from Costco.
When the folks at Mercola Healthy Pets asked if I’d be interested in reviewing their dog dental bones, I was excited to try them (or rather, let my dog try them) because I truly respect the veterinarians behind Mercola pet products.
I was eager to see if their products are the high quality that I would expect them to be.
Read more: Dr. Mercola Healthy Pets Treat Review: Dental Bones For Dogs