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Petosan Toothbrush for Dogs Double-Headed (various sizes)

Petosan Toothbrush for Dogs Double-Headed (various sizes)

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The Petosan toothbrush simplifies brushing and enables more pet owners to clean their pets teeth and thereby improving their oral hygiene.
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PETOSAN TOOTHBRUSH FOR DOGS - (DOUBLE-HEADED)

Petosan Toothbrush is a powerful double edged toothbrush ideal for targeting plaque and massaging the gums.

Available in 3 Sizes: Small Dog, Medium Dog & Large Dog

Double-headed toothbrush - access both sides of your dog's teeth at one time; offers a faster, easier and more efficient clean with each brush stroke

The Petosan Toothbrush is angled towards the teeth and gumline for optimal plaque removal. Cleans the inside and the outside surfaces at the same time at the recommended 45 degree angle. Targets the vulnerable area between teeth and gum line in one easy operation.

This Petosan Toothbrush Contains high quality Dupont Tynex Nylon filaments with the appropriate softness required for pets.
 

Brushing your dog's teeth is as important as brushing your own:

Plaque and tartar cause gum disease, which in time may lead to periodantal disease and painful loss of teeth.
Ultimately dental diseased may harm internal organs.
Regular cleaning at home using the Petosan double-headed toothbrush helps prevent dental disease.

Cleaning is simple with Petosan:

Gentle on teeth and gums
For first time use, soak the bristles in lukewarm wate to make them softer.
Apply toothpaste and start carefully to get your pet used to brushing.
Place the toothbrush over the teeth, use short scrubbing movements and move from tooth to tooth.
Tilt brush from side to side while brushing.

Don't forget to schedule regular veterinary check-ups. These are essential in order to monitor your pets dental health.  It is a documented fact that poor oral hygiene is a common health problem for dogs.






 

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