Do your pets have smelly breath? It's time to brush their teeth!
Brushing your dog’s teeth is easy to do and very important. It can prevent some serious canine health problems. Gingivitis and tartar build-up can progress into a more serious periodontal disease. Bad infections can spread and can lead to heart, liver, and kidney problems. So good dog dental hygiene really is important.
The Pet Finger Toothbrush is a safe and effective tool for you.
● Soft bristles will not hurt your pets
● Complete cleaning: soft brush head to clean teeth and massage tip to clean the tongue
● The flexible design allows you to clean the hard-to-reach spots
● Help your pet reduce plaque and tartar buildup and prevent oral diseases, keeping your pets healthy
- 100% brand new and high quality
- Material: Silica gel
- Size: 5x 2 cm (2 inches x 1 inch)
- Inner Diameter: 2 cm (0.8 inch)
How To Brush Your Dog's Teeth Safely
For the first few days, just hold your dog as you would normally do when you are petting him. Gently stroke the outside of the cheeks with your finger for a minute or two.
After each session, reward your dog with treats and praise. For the next few days – after your pet has become comfortable with this activity – place a small amount of the toothpaste on your finger and let your pet sample the flavor.
Next, introduce your pet to a pet toothbrush or finger brush. Put a pea-sized amount of toothpaste on the brush and gently raise your dog’s upper lip and place the brush against an upper tooth. With a slow circular motion, gently brush only that tooth and the adjoining gum line. Each day, gradually increase the number of teeth brushed. But go slowly, don’t continue beyond your pet’s point of comfort.
Build up to 30 seconds of brushing per side. The easiest way is to go straight, pushing the brush gently from front to back along the gumline, like this. Then add in the gentle circular motion.
After each session, reward your pet with a treat and lots of praise. Brushing should be done daily but missing 1-2 days per week would not be a big concern.