I got these thinking the small head would be cat sized (small) but its not really that much smaller than a regular toothbrush. For cats, I think you need a small brush to really get in their mouths. I’m sure its fine for dogs though
Great design and well made. Human quality with soft bristles
The handle is a very flexible plastic, which makes it difficult to control the brush head. It also seems that the bristles have a hard time holding onto my dog's toothpaste, so I need to reapply paste often during brushing. Overall, I'll be buying new brushes for regular use, but I'll keep these around just in case they're needed for travel or if we're in a pinch.
My little Bichon likes to bite to squeeze the toothpaste out of the bristles. I don't let her pull when she squeezes the bristles, but still, the bristles pull out very easy. Three of these in a row lasted two days each. the fourth one lasted one day after digging a glob of bristles out of her mouth. I've switched to new human tooth brushes with no problem.
My dog buddy loves his toothbrush. Gets all his teeth clean
These work fine. Soft bristles for tender mouths. I keep a batch ready for nightly brushings on the dresser close to the dogs beds so we don't forget to brush. :)
They are toothbrushes. They work and do the job just fine. Remember to change them out every so often.
I bought a few different brands but so far these are the best.
Great price for a multipack. The bristles are okay - not super tough which I prefer! But the handle is very flimsy. Given that it is so long, it needs a sturdier plastic. When I brush my dogs teeth and put pressure on the head of the brush, the plastic handle bows.
It's very soft so it doesn't hurt their teeth, since i have a chiguaguas and pitbulls i have use both the big and the small side, works perfectly.