This TriplePet Dental Kit for Large and Small Breed Dogs and Cats combines the TriplePet toothbrush and the Triple Pet all natural toothpaste for a great starter kit to dental hygiene.
TriplePet Toothbrush gets the job done faster, easier and better. The three flexible and independent heads maintain the proper pressure on all surfaces of the tooth with every stroke. In addition to the standard top bristles, the two side bristles are at the proper 45 degree angle for thorough surface cleaning while the soft outer bristles massage and stimulate your pet's gums. By running the brush over thinner and thicker parts of a finger, you can see the independent brushes in action! It also has a robust tongue cleaner at the bottom of the handle.
TriplePet Toothpaste has a natural vanilla flavour that pets love, plus it contains a tartar control formula and a touch of tea tree oil for healthy gums. Since it is sweetened with stevia, a natural herb, it is sugar-free and provides clean sweet breath for your pet. The toothpaste is non-foaming, so no rinsing is necessary after brushing. Made in the USA.
Perhaps for the first time, with TriplePet toothpaste, your pet will enjoy having its teeth cleaned and the smile you get will be just one of your rewards.
Water, Sorbitol, Hydrated Silica, Glycerine, Kaolin, Tetrapotassium Pyrophosphate, Tetrasodium Pyrophosphate, Vanilla, Xanthan Gum, Stevia, Tea Tree Oil
- Squeeze a generous amount of toothpaste onto the brush
- Gently brush teeth using linear strokes
- No rinsing necessary
- Brush your pet's teeth at least 3 times per week
While daily brushing is a great idea for both dogs and cats, it may be best to use this toothpaste on a less frequent basis with cats. Some cats may have trouble assimilating the tea tree oil in the product in the amount they could possibly ingest with daily brushing. It is not uncommon for cats (and occasionally, dogs) to be sensitive to essential oils like tea tree oil, and if your pet shows any change in condition that in any way concerns you, discontinue use of the product, and if the problem persists, consult with your veterinarian.