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February 26, 2013 Subscribe

Dental Health for Dogs, plus Our ‘Dog Family’ Steps Up Again

February is Pet Dental Health Month, and according to the American Veterinary Dental College, “Brushing your dog’s teeth is the single most effective means to maintain oral health between professional examinations.” A recent study shows the majority of dog owners do nothing to address their dog’s bad breath. Find out in Editor Susan Chaney’s interview with three successful breeders the various methods they use to maintain healthy teeth in their dogs.

Kayla Bertagnolli honors two people who took her under their wing when our DFR blogger was only 15 years old. Pat and Don Rodgers were involved in a serious traffic accident recently, and Kayla expresses her gratitude that the couple, their assistant and dogs are doing well. Learn how you can provide help to members of our dog show family from Kayla.

Be sure to check out our photo galleries, where you’ll find recent winners and candid photos from shows held near and far. Just click on Show Scene below the masthead banner, or select any of the images in the left-hand column of our home page.

Dan Sayers
Editor in Chief
Helping Our Dog Show Family
By Kayla Bertagnolli

From time to time we hear the sad news of one of our own dog show family members falling ill or being right in the middle of a car accident. But it is in hard times like these that we all seem to come together for the best.

On February 19, 2013, Pat and Don Rodgers, along with their assistant Alex Todd, were on their way home to Washington state from a dog show in California when their motor home was struck by a semi. more

We’re Not Brushing Our Dogs’ Teeth, but We Are…
By Susan Chaney

February is Pet Dental Health Month, designed to educate dog owners about the importance of their dogs’ teeth and caring for them in much the same way as they do their own.

For a number of years now, brushing dogs’ teeth has been promoted as the best way to prevent the development of plaque – a bacterial film – and tartar, which can lead to gingivitis and periodontal disease. more


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Billy Wheeler
Karl Donvil
Kayla Bertagnolli
Dog Show Poop
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