Double-headed Toothbrush – Medium Dogs

$ 7.95

The double headed pet toothbrushes from Petosan are probably the best manual pet toothbrushes in the world. The innovative design of these brushes has proven particularly user-friendly and effective. The two brush heads on the the Petosan toothbrush hugs the teeth, cleaning the front and the back of the teeth simultaneously.

 

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The double headed pet toothbrushes from Petosan are probably the best manual pet toothbrushes in the world. The innovative design of these brushes has proven particularly user-friendly and effective. The two brush heads on the the Petosan toothbrush hugs the teeth, cleaning the front and the back of the teeth simultaneously.

The brush heads are angled so that the bristles meets the tooth at a 45-degree angle. This is ideal in order to be able to clean at and below the gum line where the harmful bacteria thrive. Because the brush hugs the teeth, the brush will be guided by the row of teeth, when brushing, making it easier for pet parents to clean adequately.

  • Brush hugs teeth and will be guided by row of teeth allowing for easy  cleaning
  • Bristles at the optimal 45 degree angle for optimal cleaning at and below gum line
  • Brushing all surfaces of each tooth simultaneously reduces brushing time
  • Distributes toothpaste evenly on teeth
  • Soft High Quality Bristles
  • developed by a team of Scandinavian dentists, veterinarians, and leading-edge toothbrush manufacturer

There are Four Sizes of Petosan Double-Headed Toothbrushes for your Toy Breeds and Dogs of all Sizes. Make sure to order the correct size for your dog. The weight of your dog will help you choose the best brush for your dog. The weights listed are approximate.

  • Large dogs 16Kg+
  • Medium Dogs 7-15kg
  • Small dogs 3-7Kg
  • Toy breeds up to 3Kg

 

Additional information

Weight.024 kg
Dimensions22.3 × 9.4 × 2.3 cm
hs_code

33069000

country_of_manufacture

Norway

Why should you brush your dogs teeth

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Dogs do have the same challenge as we do. Plaque that accumulates on our teeth will trigger a reaction from our immune system. The immune system will release substances in the saliva that dissolves ligaments, bone and gum tissue so that the tooth may eventually be lost. In the process there maybe severe infections influencing our general health. If we brush our teeth or we brush our dogs teeth, the situation can be prevented.

Symptoms of dental disease

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• Discolored teeth (brown or yellow) • Bad breath • Red, swollen and tender gums • Bleeding gums • Bloody saliva • Blood in water bowl • Excessive drooling • Loose or missing teeth • change in eating or chewing habits, • Drop in appetite • Weight loss • Favoring one side of the mouth when chewing • Pawing at the face or mouth • Depression or Irritability

How often should you brush

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You should brush once a day. Try and find a time of date that is convenient for you most days. Some choose to brush just after their evening walk with the dog, other prefer when they brush their own teeth.

Can I use human toothpaste

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No, you should not use human toothpaste as it is not formulated for swallowing. Human toothpaste contains soap and Fluoride, ingredients that the dog does not need.

What is Dental disease

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Dental disease also called periodontal disease, is defined as loss of tooth attachment. A bacterial infection destroys the attachment fibers or ligaments, the soft tissue and supporting bones that hold the teeth in the mouth. Left untreated, periodontal disease can lead to receding gum lines and tooth loss. The main cause of periodontal disease is bacterial plaque, a sticky, colorless film that constantly forms on teeth.

How to brush

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Ideally dog owners should establish a dental regimen which the dog learn to appreciate. It may therefor payoff to go easy about brushing in the beginning. Petosan recommends a 3-step approach: 1 Start by applying some toothpaste to your finger and let the dog lick it off. Slide the finger over the dogs gums so that it gets used to having its mouth touched. 2 Put the oral cleaner over your finger, with the loop around your index finger. Apply some toothpaste to it and slide it along the teeth. 3 Add toothpaste to the brush. Introduce the brush to the dog, allowing plenty of time for the dog to get used to the brush. Start brushing a few teeth and expand the number of teeth brushed over the next few sessions. Be patient, be generous with treats and appraisal, and you will find that the dog will start to love your dental sessions. For videos and further instructions on use, visit Petosan Dental University

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