A simple tooth brushing can do a world of good. Brush your dog’s teeth, and that nasty doggy breath becomes "kissably" fresh. A healthy brushing only takes about a minute of your time, and over time those minutes could mean years of healthy living for your favorite four-legged friend.
Tooth brushing should be a regular part of your dog's healthy regimen. Not only will it improve doggy breath, it will help keep your dog healthy. If you brush your dog's teeth at least 3 times a week, the American Animal Hospital Association says it could add up to 5 years to your dog's life!
There really is no excuse for ignoring your dog's dental care, but many dog owners do. The American Veterinary Dental Society found that 80 percent of dogs have periodontal disease before the age of 3... and that condition carries a lot of serious health risks.
Without brushing, plaque builds up on your dog's teeth. It breaks off and is absorbed into the bloodstream. That can lead to blocked arteries, which causes heart disease and kidney problems.
Together, the Kissable Toothbrush & Toothpaste from the Cain & Able dental collection provide a better tooth-brushing experience for both you and your dog.
This multi-tasking toothbrush massages your dog's gums as it cleans his teeth. Firm scrubbing bristles positioned to clean your dog's teeth are paired with softer massaging bristles that work the gums, helping to prevent gum disease.
Now pair your puppy's Kissable Toothbrush with this great-tasting Kissable Toothpaste, and you'll have the perfect doggy dental care system.
No, you can't just use YOUR toothpaste for your dog. Human toothpaste contains soap. That's what makes it foam. But soap shouldn't be ingested... and smart as your dog may be, you're not going to teach him to spit! When you put that toothpaste in his mouth he's going to swallow it.
Kissable Toothpaste contains no soap, so it cleans without foaming up. And it's perfectly safe for your dog to swallow. In fact, dogs find this all-natural vanilla flavored toothpaste quite tasty, which means they'll be less resistant to having their teeth brushed.
Do It Now!
February is National Pet Dental Health Month — the perfect time to get serious about your dog's dental care. Brushing your dog's teeth doesn't have to be a chore. The Kissable Toothbrush and Toothpaste make it easy... so it's the perfect way to get started. And when you think about how much it can help your dog, you'll realize that there's no better time to start than right now!
Make the commitment to brush your dog's teeth and to kiss your dog on Valentine's Day. His breath will be "kissably" fresh for Valentine’s Day, and he'll have a lot more healthy years to kiss you back!
So pucker up and get brushing... you'll be glad you did.