Why brushing the teeth
Home dental care is one of the best ways to help keep your dog’s teeth and gums healthy. Start as early as possible in your canine friend’s life so he or she will become accustomed to the brushing process.
How often should I brush my dog’s teeth
Your dog’s teeth should be brushed as often as possible, ideally every day. There are numerous dental care products, pastes, solutions, brushes; chew toys and dental diets that help you provide your dog with the home dental care he deserves.
At-home teeth cleaning tips
– Use a specially designed dog toothbrush or a recommended alternative
– Never use human toothpaste. Instead, use pet-safe toothpaste with a flavor favorable to your dog’s taste buds
– Give your dog a small sample of the toothpaste to introduce the taste
– Lift the lip to expose the outside surfaces of your dog’s gums and teeth
– Brush with gentle motions to clean the teeth and gums, as you would your own
– Clean the outside (cheek-facing) surfaces, as most pets will not allow you to brush the inside surface of the teeth
– Be sure to reach the back upper molars and canines, as these teeth tend to quickly build up tartar
– Reward your dog with play, petting or a favorite activity to positively reinforce the brushing processThe 360-degree toothbrush is 6″ long.
Dental disease can actually lead to problems with your pet’s organs. You need regular dental care and you brush your teeth everyday – why wouldn’t your pets?
10 times more bristles enables greater removal of plaque, food particles and effectively cleans and massages their tongue, teeth and gums, when compared to conventional, one-sided toothbrushes.
Designed to be cleaner and more quick-drying than regular toothbrushes.
Wash and dry after each use.