It's not uncommon for dog owners to overlook their dog's dental health or question the value of canine dental check-up. After all, animals in the wild don't brush their teeth or visit the dentist, so what would dogs be any different. The problem is dogs tend to be fed very different diets to that which their ancestors would have eaten and how they use their teeth has changed over time, too.
If you have a dog, you're going to need to invest in a quality pair of scissors to use on your pet. But don't just use any old scissors, as some are specifically made for dogs and will work better than others. To make sure your scissors are in perfect shape, here are four things you should keep in mind.
1. How to clean them
When you've finished grooming your dog, there are a few things you should do to make sure the scissors retain their sharpness.