Dental Sponges (10 pack)
Leaves breath really fresh, kills bacteria
A dental hygienist (for people) I know who has 2 Italian Spumonis(?) Retrievers told me to look for chlorohexidine in the ingredients for dental care products. I use it once or twice a week after I give my dog's teeth a thorough brushing especially if there is any bleeding around the gum line. I do this as a precaution to prevent any bacteria from getting up into the gums.Between times I use solely toothpaste. The rinse leaves his breath smelling really fresh. Although he prefers the flavor of the dog toothpaste better he doesn't seems to mind the rinse that much and I prefer his breath smells like mint rather than poultry extract. I don't use it daily since it is rather potent. I either pour a little of the rinse in a cup and dip the toothbrush in or sprinkle a little on the bristles. It is a bit pricey but since I don't use it daily it's not an issue. Wish it came in an economy size at a discount.
April 18, 2013
Yes it is possible to brush your pets teeth !!
I never gave much thought to brushing our dog's teeth until our vet said her teeth were in dire need of cleaning! Our Maltese is 8 years old and we never brushed her teeth before. So, we had the teeth cleaning done and wow, what a difference it made. But now we were told its very important to brush the teeth at least a few times a week. My daughter told me about this product and our Maltese likes the taste and the brushes work very easily to reach all her teeth! I now know that bad teeth can lead to many diseases and we want our Maltese to be with us as long as possible.
March 20, 2013
This really works!
I was pleasantly surprised at how well this product began to remove my dog's tartar and how quickly it worked. I had used peroxide and toothpaste in the past without getting the good results which I now get with this dental cleanser and toothpaste.
May 8, 2013