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Could anyone tell me if a raw fed poodle still needs to have their teeth brushed daily?
Reason I ask is in my adopted cats previous life he had smelly breath and yellow teeth.
After a clean at the vet-and switching him to raw food, the vet said his teeth and gums are excellent and now I don't need to brush them. This is a year after the dietary switch.
However I don't want to assume anything as poodles and ***** cats are different people!
 

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Molly is only raw fed half her diet, but I believe it truly is the chicken bones and other bones in her raw diet that are responsible for her nice teeth at 5 years old! I do still brush her teeth about 3-4 times a week with a tooth gel just to make sure they stay that way! She loves having her teeth brushed!
Here's her teeth just a few days ago!






P.S. I use the TropiClean Fresh Breathe Tooth Gel and of course she gets lots of chewy things like Bully Sticks, Buffalo Ears, and Tracheas......I'll do all I can to avoid those $300.00 dental cleanings hahaha!!!
 

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