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!
Where are Nylabone products made?
Most Nylabone® Products are made in the USA in our facility here in Neptune City, NJ. All USA-Made Nylabone products have the American Flag on the package.A few of our products are made in China. Be assured that all Nylabone manufacturing partners - both domestic and overseas - must adhere to stringent quality control standards for every product that bears the company’s name. Our quality control team visits these plants on a regular basis to ensure policies and procedures are in full compliance with our rigorous regulations.We have a regular ongoing testing program in place to further ensure the quality and safety of our products. For added assurance, we use independent, third-party testing facilities. The confidence of the consumers who use our products is of paramount importance to us.
I have used the finger brush only for a week but I can tell I will use these forever. I had also bought a toothpaste and toothbrush for my new puppy Bear. My puppy is huge (50 pounds at 5 months old) so starting teeth cleaning was a bit scary! Using the toothbrush is simply not practical: it's time-consuming and you can't really tell what you've cleaned unless you open your puppy's mouth/lips by force and who wants to do this everyday? I guess a toothbrush is ok for the front teeth. Fortunately I had also ordered these, just in case. They are very easy to use because you can feel where you clean and Bear did not seem to mind a bit. I was done in less than a minute and rinsed with warm water/airI have used the finger brush only for a week but I can tell I will use these forever. I had also bought a toothpaste and toothbrush for my new puppy Bear. My puppy is huge (50 pounds at 5 months old) so starting teeth cleaning was a bit scary! Using the toothbrush is simply not practical: it's time-consuming and you can't really tell what you've cleaned unless you open your puppy's mouth/lips by force and who wants to do this everyday? I guess a toothbrush is ok for the front teeth. Fortunately I had also ordered these, just in case. They are very easy to use because you can feel where you clean and Bear did not seem to mind a bit. I was done in less than a minute and rinsed with warm water/air dry. Success!… more
Works like a charm
on Sep 27, 2018
I had recently purchased a couple toothbrushes for my 4 month old puppy to start brushing his teeth and after 5 weeks of getting him acclimated to this new change he just didnt take to it, so I purchased this finger toothbrush because he let's me touch the inside of his mouth with my fingers . Ever since I started using this I have had no problem brushing his teeth everyday . He actually looks forward to it like it's a treat , he wags his tail and sits on command and then I brush his teeth and he let's me then I'll let him lick a little of the brush . Great product ! I would reccomend this to anyone .
CLEAN TEETH FINALLY
on Sep 13, 2018
This toothbrush was not only easy to use but it was more than half the price of buying it elsewhere! And you get two of them! It's nice and soft so my dog didn't mind having it in his mouth. Also sturdy enough that when he bit it, it didn't fall apart.
Liked these in the past
on Sep 23, 2018
I've bought these in the past and really liked the longer, flexible bristles. However, the bristles in the last package I received were bent pretty badly so I had to knock off one star.
Easy way to brush smalldog teeth
on Jul 12, 2018
Molly my mini Beagle has horrible tartar on the back teeth. This finger brush makes it easy and fairly unobtrusive to access those teeth in a small mouthed dog. While Molly does not like having her mouth manipulated, she doesn’t run away. The rubber “bristles” are very soft and might even feel good to the dogs gums as long as one is gentle and not aggressive with the brushing. She does get a small hard crunchy dog treat after I brush so she is eager to let me brush her teeth.
Easy to use
on Jul 31, 2018
My dog is super active and getting him to hold still is a challenge. I feel like this is way easier and allows much more control than trying to use a tooth brush.
on Nov 30, 2018
love these finger brushes..... much easier to use!
Nice and soft bristles
on Jun 11, 2018
Unfortunately i am unable to use these for my dogs, they are still too big too fit in their mouths but if it weren't for the size it would be a nice product. The bristles are soft enough to not freak out the dog when using. I wish they would make something smaller for real small dogs!
A work in progress
on Aug 12, 2018
Our dog resists the invasion of this in her mouth at first but we are gradually getting her used to it.
on Jul 13, 2018
I opened the package and found that the brushes were severely deformed and they barely fit on my pinky finger. Worthless.