Dog teeth cleaning should be something that is done regularly as a part of your pet care routine. If possible, your dog's teeth should be brushed daily, or at least every other day. Dogs are just as susceptible as we are to tooth disease, so it is important to make sure that our dog's teeth are kept clean and free of tartar.
Dog urinary tract infections are common among 14% of the dog population in the entire world. The culprits behind dog urinary problems are bacteria which have infiltrated the dog's body. Bacteria enter the dog's internal system through the food it eats and the water it drinks everyday.
Kidneys are an important organ for the body - human or canine. They are responsible for ridding the body of toxins by filtration. Kidney disease causes the kidneys to function at only about thirty percent of their capacity. If the kidneys stop working, the toxins accumulate in the blood and get deposited in other organs. Subsequently, the dog dies.