The brush is too big on my finger since I have small hands. Even after slightly wetting the inside of the brush to create a suction of sorts (suggested in the instructions) it's still loose enough that I worry about the dog getting too excited by the brush and it accidentally coming off my finger and him swallowing it by mistake.
He hates the taste. He spits and sputters after I use it. If i offer it to him to lick, because thought it might be the rubbing in his mouth he didnt like. But he wouldn't lick it or even sniff it, he backed away from it and left.
Has changed the game for brushing and sage seems enjoy the toothpaste
I let him smell the toothpaste at first and he turned his nose up at it. I still tried to brush his teeth because I thought maybe once he actually tastes it that it wouldn't be that bad and he'd at least tolerate it but once he tasted it, it was game over. He hated it. I don't have a say on the finger toothbrushes because I didn't actually get to use them.
My dog didn't like the smell and taste of this toothpaste and hated the toothbrush. I introduced both slowly to her and used treats and positive reinforcement. But she was disinterested in the toothpaste, even when I paired it with something she liked. She literally recoiled whenever she touched the toothbrush. She seemed really put off by the texture. Big disappointment.
My 8 mo old lab doesn’t mind this at all - she’s too busy trying to taste in her mouth that she doesn’t seem to care I’m scrubbing those back teeth. Start them young
Aweful smell! My dog would not have anything to do with it - can't blame her.
Worked as described. My Buddy allows us to use both products without too much wiggling
Have not used yet, but my friends have this brush and paste for their dog. They are the ones that suggested these items.
I am starting my pup with brushing his teeth because of all the health benefits especially a longer life. This is going well with this finger brush from Chewys.