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Bare Bones: KissAble Toothbrush and Toothpaste

Pets should be seen and not smelled, especially their breath! Prevent that doggy breath by brushing with the KissAble toothbrush and toothpaste set ($14.95). The unique design of the KissAble toothbrush allows owners to reach all three sides of the tooth with one stroke, and its firmer bristles clean teeth while soft bristles massage gums. The toothpaste's all-natural ingredients thwart the stink – along with gum disease and infection – while keeping his mouth clean and tartar-free. Best yet, brushing is a breeze when vanilla-flavored toothpaste has your pup licking his lips (and teeth) for more!

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Pets Pets 9 years
It depends – I'd recommend taking a look at your dog's teeth... if they appear to be dirty (visible yellow or tarter), I'd say give them a brush. Better yet, next time you are at the vet, ask him/her for advice. They can let you know what they recommend and gauge how dirty pup's teeth are! Many times dogs are more scared of the toothbrush than anything else – the first time I went to brush North's teeth he kept trying to chew on it like a toy... for some dogs the finger cover style toothbrush is less scary. Good luck!
karebear25 karebear25 9 years
I like that brush. My dog hates getting his teeth cleaned. Do the tartar-control treats work enough to keep my dogs teeth clean enough?
MandyJoBo MandyJoBo 9 years
I've tried brushing my cats' teeth, but they just keep trying to push it out and I do a terrible job. Teeth cleaning once a year is only about $200. If you prefer to go the less traumatic route like I do (from now on), you can just use tartar-control treats and some homeopathic teeth cleaners.
mbrown81 mbrown81 9 years
I have to try this, I love my dogs butt hate thier breath
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
My 'rents dogs love getting their teeth brushed!
akrsouth akrsouth 9 years
This brush doesn't work on small dogs. It is too big for their mouths.
erratic-assassin erratic-assassin 9 years
woah, that's pretty cool!
Renees3 Renees3 9 years
my dog Hates these kind of toothbrushes. I just bought one like this recently and he freaked. It didn't fit his mouth as well, I think it's a good idea, just didn't work for me. Back to using the kitty toothbrush :-)
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