Brushing Teeth for Dogs
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Brushing your dog's teeth with Dog Toothpaste
Try one tube of our Dog Toothpaste
When your pets explore their world, they use their mouths. Depending
on their environment, this can lead to bad breath, red or bleeding
gums, tartar build-up or loose teeth.
Brushing your Dog's Teeth
Owners should brush their dog's teeth at least twice a week.
Brushing a dog's teeth is easier than brushing your own. Their
narrow teeth are spaced more widely than human teeth, eliminating
the need for flossing. Their teeth only touch in one or two places.
A specially made dog toothbrush can reach 90% of the areas that
need to be brushed. (see our Triple headed dog toothbrush below)
Always use a specially formulated dog toothpaste. Because dogs
can't rinse and spit after a brushing, the dog toothpaste must be safe for
pets to swallow! Some human toothpastes contain detergents
which can irritate pets' stomachs, and, in addition, large quantities
of ingested fluoride can harm pets.
Tippy & Alfred Only recommend one Safe brand of dog toothpaste
called: Pet Gel
Key Ingredients of Our recommended Dog Toothpaste:
Try Pet Gel Dog Toothpaste
Pet Gel is a soothing blend
of Oxygene® and Aloe Vera,
formulated to heal, condition and deodorize your pet’s mouth.
It can also be used on open wounds and abrasions. You can use
the gel as a pet toothpaste or simply rub it on to your pet’s gum line.
Great toothpaste for dogs or cats.
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