Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds
Place Nylabone Finger Brush over index finger (if necessary, place in warm water to expand).
Put a dab of Nylabone® Pet Dental Toothpaste on bristles and slide finger inside pet's cheek.
Using small circular motion, massage teeth and gum line. No rinsing necessary.
Wash Finger Brush thoroughly when finished.
Remember to praise and reward with a treat after every successful brushing!
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I like this little device. It slips onto my forefinger. I can reach all the teeth in the back of my dog's mouth and gently massage along the gum line around her teeth. This finger brush allows me to reach all the back, side and wee front teeth with ease especially the gum line around the canine teeth. pardon the pun. I like this rather than a firm human-shaped toothbrush as I am more in control of the process.
on Aug 24, 2021
I have 3 diffrent types of toothbrushes for my dogs and this is my and their favorite. I think the bristles are just long enough and soft enough to do a good job but not to irritate their gums.
Way too small
on May 26, 2021
I wanted to be able to put one of them on thumb and one on pointer to be able to brush both sides as dogger thinks we are "playing" since he won't allow actual brushing normally.
I figured these would be stretchy and big enough for normal sized hands. I've got pretty small hands for a man and these things don't stretch at all and the one on pointer gets stuck on my finger while it's impossible to get one on the thumb.
I guess it works if you have a micro hand but why there's two ill never know because these aren't going on any thumb ever.
Works well and good protection for your finger
on Aug 22, 2021
This finger brush has a good brushing surface that is soft but effective.
It also provides protection to your finger for an unintentional chomp!
A bit tight
on Jul 29, 2021
The tooth brushes are fun to use if your dog is cooperating. The problem with them is that they are very tight on your finger. And, I have small hands. Kinds fun, though.
Great for fairly small fingers
on May 24, 2021
We've been using this brand for awhile & eventually (after 6 months? of use) the bristles start to wear off. However, it's great for introducing a dog to brushing, and it's all our dog tolerates. He loves getting his teeth brushed (b/c of the toothpaste, of course). I'm 5'3" and 115 lb - it works fine on my index finger but it's too small for my husband to use.
on Jun 5, 2021
These wouldn’t fit a large finger. Tight on mine and I usually wear a small glove. The plastic is more pliable than the Petrodex finger brushes I’ve used. Not a great fit but it stays on well enough to brush my dogs teeth and that’s what matters.
Good finger brushes
on Jun 18, 2021
This is a good finger brush but it was a little too big for my small/medium dog. It does the job well but I will be looking for a smaller substitute that is better suited for my dog's smaller mouth.
Poor alternative for brushing
on Jul 14, 2021
The bristles are too short. Construction is inadequate to get the job done.
My vet recommended these
on Jan 13, 2021top50Contributor
I took my standard poodles in for their check up and my vet recommended I get these finger toothbrushes for my youngest poodle. She has hard to reach back teeth. We use the regular dog toothbrushes but our vet said these are easier to manage those hard to reach areas way in the back. They have worked good so far. My standard poodles are used to having their teeth brushed so it's easy for us to brush and go. If using with a dog that is not used to it , these may take a few trys before getting it without your dog wanting to bite down on your finger. Lol we recommended these as an easy way to keep the teeth clean.