The Diet of a Dog Affects Dental Health

  Your best friend is your dog. Your dog is so delighted to see you that he wags his tail and nearly grins at you every time you come through the door. How can you express your love for your pet? One option is to take care of your pet's smile. Did you know that your dog's food might have an impact on its dental health? Humans must brush and floss their teeth on a frequent basis to keep their teeth, tongue, and gums healthy. Human research has lately shown a relationship between excellent dental health and a decreased risk of heart disease. If excellent dental health can have such an influence on humans, it stands to reason that it may also have an impact on man's best friend. Brushing your dog's teeth on a regular basis can help to prevent plaque and tartar buildup. Wiping his gums with a clean, wet towel might also help. Your dog's food also has an impact on his or her dental health. Do you usually provide canned or dry dog food to your dog? What kind of snacks and

Why You Should Brush Your Dog's Teeth

  According to BARK, almost 70% of dog parents have never brushed their dog’s teeth. Yikes! If you’re a part of this statistic – whether it’s because your dog won’t sit still or because you think dental chewies suffice – there is no time like the present to make it a habit. After all, your furry friend’s well-being depends on it! To learn why your dog’s dental health is so important (as well as how to keep their teeth and gums happy and healthy), keep reading. Why Your Dog’s Dental Health Matters Did you know that recent medical studies have found that more than 80% of dogs have developed oral disease by the time they are three? In the beginning, this can result in “small” consequences, like bad breath. Over time, however, the infection can progress, requiring expensive surgery to address. So, if you’re a part of the 78% of pet parents who believe their dog won’t experience a dental issue, think again. A Step-by-Step Guide to Daily Brushing If you’ve never brushed your dog’s teeth befo


Xiaomi has confirmed that the three models will not receive MIUI 14! Redmi Note 9, POCO M2 and Redmi 9 models showcased by Xiaomi in 2020 will not receive MIUI 14. Android 13, which was introduced by Google in May and is now counted down for its stable version, is at the focus of the update work of smartphone manufacturers. Because Xiaomi will present MIUI 14, which is based on the new version, to users very soon. But this will also be the end of some popular models. Finally, the company indirectly confirmed that the three models will not receive the MIUI 14 update. Redmi Note 9, Redmi 9 and POCO M2 will not get MIUI 14 According to the latest report shared by Xiaomiui, the Redmi Note 9, Redmi 9 and POCO M2 models, which were introduced to users in 2020, will not be able to receive the Android 13-based MIUI 14 update, which is expected to be introduced in the coming months. The company does not have an official statement on the subject, but it is stated that the internal MIUI tests of