emmi-pet Toothpaste for Pets - 75ml (5 Pack)
The emmi-pet toothpaste is effective against the formation of tartar and inflammation of the gums, and acts prophylactically against bad breath.
Healthy Teeth for your Pet.
Emmi-Pet Toothpaste for Pets (5 Pack)
- 5 x Tube emmi-pet Toothpaste for Pets - 75ml
Ingredients emmi-pet Toothpaste for Animals
- Hydrated Silica
- Disodium Pyrophosphate
- CI 77891 (Titanium Dioxide)
- Sodium Saccharin
- Sodium Methylparaben
- Sodium C14-16 Olefin Sulfonate
- Tetrapotassium Pyrophosphate
- Xanthan Gum
Contains no fluoride, no gluten, no nano material and no micro plastic.
AROMA: > 0,1% <1%
This is how you get your dog used to brushing teeth
Begin as possible in puppy age so that the animal can get used to the procedure early. If you want to get an older dog used to toothbrush, you need more patience and rewards. In dogs, it makes sense to combine the brushing with a specific command, so that the dog immediately knows what will happen next. For example, the term “teeth” is suitable for this purpose. Slowly and playfully guide your dog to brushing his teeth and give him plenty of time for each step. It is also important to reinforce desired behavior with much praise and rewards.
At the beginning of training your pet needs to tolerate that the owner touches his mouth and teeth. This can best be trained if you are just petting the animal with toothbrush. Just lift dogs lips a bit while caressing.
Before you can brush your dog's teeth properly the dog must get used to toothpaste. Spread a small amount of toothpaste on a freshly washed finger and let the dog lick it off. This way the dog gets to know the taste of the toothpaste. Then you can gently rub the toothpaste on the dog's teeth. The next step is getting used to the toothbrush. Give the dog the opportunity to playfully familiarize itself with the brush.
This is how you brush your dog's teeth
Only when the animal willingly opens its mouth and lets itself be touched there, as well as getting used to toothpaste and toothbrush, you can start to brush your dog's teeth. Perform gentle massaging movements from the tooth tip to gum line. It's best to start with the front fangs and slowly work your way backwards. Only brush the dog's teeth as long as it permits, and do not force the animal to do anything. The front small incisors should be cleaned only at the end, because that is unpleasant for most dogs. Make sure that you do not exert too much pressure and thereby injure the sensitive gums. Of course, if you use an ultrasonic toothbrush to brush your teeth, there is no danger. Over time, when you brush your teeth, both your and your dog's routine becomes routine and dental care becomes a matter of course. By routine dental cleaning you prevent diseases of the teeth and gums of your dog - and offer your pet the optimal care for its health.
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