- Utterly OrganicWe went the extra mile for your pup with our USDA certified organic gel toothpaste. A unique blend of organic coconut oil, sweet potato and cinnamon provides a tasty treat without any harmful ingredients.
- Soft and SafeFrom Dachshunds to Dobermanns the perfectly sized, smooth, oval brush head is perfect for dogs big and small. The corner-less head ensures you won’t cause any harm to sensitive teeth or gums. And just like you, your pup needs a different bristle softness depending on their age. We offer ultra-soft for puppies, firm for adults, and soft for seniors.
- Naturally WhitenUsing organic coconut oil in our canine gel toothpaste was a no-brainer. It not only helps naturally whiten teeth, but it helps reduce bacteria and can help reduce the risk of tooth decay.
- No NastiesTake a peek at our labels. You won’t see any trace of xylitol, chemicals, pesticides, GMOs, glutens, fluoride, saccharin, SLS, SLES, carrageenan, parabens, detergents, or synthetics of any kind. It’s important to note that while our tooth gel is completely safe for canines, it’s not safe for felines.
- Grip it GoodOur non-slip grip handle ensures a comfortable hold while brushing those canines.
Why Brushing Your Pet's Teeth is Critical
Canine Toothpaste Ingredients
Brushing your pet’s teeth and gums is just as important as brushing your own. Just like you, your pet can get cavities, gingivitis, tartar build-up – the list goes on. Dogs are especially susceptible to varying dental diseases that can not only cause bad breath and painful infections, but they can also lead to life-threatening conditions that effect their heart and kidneys.
Not to mention the high vet bills. A trip to the vet to surgically clean your pet’s teeth to remove the plaque and tartar build-up can run you anywhere from $250 - $350, possibly even higher. By regularly brushing those canines (and felines) you can help keep those pearly whites strong and healthy.
Our advice? Start ‘em young. The earlier you start brushing your pet’s teeth, the easier it will be for you as they get older. Get them used to it from the get-go. We recommend brushing their teeth at least 2-3 times per week, or as directed by your trusted veterinarian. Use a pea-sized amount of toothpaste to the bristles and brush in a gentle circular motion over the gums and teeth. Pay extra attention to molars and back teeth which can quickly build up tartar. Reward your furry friend after brushing for a job well done. Make it fun!
For those with senior pets, be extra careful of worn or loose teeth while brushing. Our senior pals can be more susceptible to dental issues during their “Golden Age.”
For questions or concerns we recommend contacting your trusted veterinarian.