Apple Cider Vinegar for Dogs: Q&A

Last Modified on Mar 13, 2008

ACV and Dog Teeth

03/13/2008: Amanda : Hi Ted, Is apple cider vinegar Bad for my dogs teeth since its always in their drinking water? Thanks

Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: Anytime the pH of any solution is below 7 (it tastes sour) it is acid and will dissolve the enamels of the teeth on dogs. If 2 tablespoons is neutralize of any acid so it won't dissolve the teeth, than at least 1/4 teaspoon baking soda must be added to neutralize the solution. Therefore add baking soda so that it does not damage the teeth.


 

 

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