Firehouse Pets™️- DOG TOOTHBRUSH PET TOOTH CLEANING TOY
Pets And More- DOG TOOTHBRUSH PET TOOTH CLEANING TOY
DOES YOUR DOG HAVE BAD BREATH?
DO THEY HAVE BROWN ALL AROUND THEIR TEETH? COULD THEY HAVE ORAL DISEASE (GINGIVITIS)? OR COULD THEY BE A CANDIDATE FOR IT?
ACCORDING TO VETERINARIANS AROUND THE WORLD, ORAL DISEASE IN DOGS IS THE #1 PROBLEM THEY TREAT.
or else bacteria will build up, causing diseases. We have the solution to take care of
This runner dental chewing brush is the newest and hottest product that will actually have your dog cleaning his own teeth! The concept of the product is for your dog to bite down and scrub his own teeth. It is especially good for cleaning your pup’s hard to reach back molars. Becomes an easy tooth cleaning routine your dog will enjoy. Allow your dog to use the Brushing Stick for 3 minutes at a time under your supervision for healthier teeth!
Use with your favorite pet safe toothpaste to get a good brushing in without your dog even knowing it. Designed to let your dog chew instinctively while getting great teeth cleaning. Dogs love the feeling and it’s good for them, too.
Made from natural, durable pet-safe rubber
Rigid bristles grind away plaque and loosen tartar in hard to reach places
Optionally insert toothpaste alongside grooves to provide even better cleaning
Infused with a fresh peppermint scent both dogs and people love
Dishwasher safe (top rack) for easy cleaning
How To Use:
First, let your dog adapt to biting the brush for several uses, before adding toothpaste into the top reservoir. Do not add toothpaste onto the bristles, because they may just lick it off.
Some dogs may need extra help than orders to start brushing, but once they do its effects will start working.
Once your dog begins chewing, be sure to reward them so they understand chewing on it is good.
In no time their gum health and teeth will be in excellent shape!
Notice: Your dogs may need a lot more encouragement to chew on rubber toys. To start, play games using the stick, such as "tug," in order to get your dog to want to get it. It is flavored for your dog to enjoy. If your dog still resists, try stuffing peanut butter, coconut oil, treat or food inside the reservoir to encourage your dog to bit on it. Some dogs may need multiple sessions to adapt.