Owning a dog toothbrush is essential to the oral health of your pet. Make teeth-cleaning a hassle-free routine with the help of our toothbrushes for dogs in a range of easy-to-use designs. Browse online and find the best pet toothbrush that works for you and your pet.
Dog Toothbrush FAQ's
How often should I brush my dog's teeth?
You should aim to brush your dog's teeth at least twice a week, but ideally every day. Consistent dental care can prevent plaque and tartar buildup and reduce the risk of dental problems. Some dogs will be more prone to a buildup of plaque and tartar, which will mean more regular brushing is necessary.
Why do I need to brush my dog's teeth?
Just like humans, dogs can develop dental problems such as tartar buildup, gum disease, and tooth decay. These issues can lead to pain, infection, and tooth loss. Regular brushing can help prevent these problems and keep your dog's teeth and gums healthy.
What kind of toothbrush should I use for my dog?
Toothbrushes available, include traditional brushes with bristles, finger brushes, and three head brushes to get hard to reach areas of the mouth. Choose a toothbrush that is appropriately sized for your dog's mouth and comfortable for you to use. Some dogs may prefer one type of brush over another, so it may take some experimentation to find the right one for your dog. Also, make sure you are comfortable and confident using the style of toothbrush chosen.
Can I use a human toothbrush on my dog?
It is not recommended to use a human toothbrush on your dog, as the bristles and size may not be appropriate for their teeth and gums. If you must use a human toothbrush, choosing a baby toothbrush is your best option. Additionally, human toothpaste is not safe for dogs to ingest. Always use a toothbrush and toothpaste specifically designed for dogs.
My dog won't let me brush their teeth. What should I do?
If your dog is resistant to having their teeth brushed, start by introducing them to the toothbrush and toothpaste gradually. You can also try using dental chews, water additives, or other dental products to supplement your dog's oral hygiene routine.