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My Schnauzer is now 4 years old and thanks to these finger brushes her teeth are very clean. I use my finger everyday to wipe her teeth and using these on my finger, it is not difficult to get my finger between her lip and teeth and there is no brush to try to direct onto her teeth. I am sooooo glad I found these and so is my vet!
I've tried brushes, soft finger tip cap type teeth cleaners on my small 6 lbs dog. Nothing has worked as well as this product. My dog actually cooperates with me when I use this to clean her teeth.
Nice size for little mouths and if you have narrow fingers, doesn’t slip off
This is so much easier to use than a toothbrush in my Pomeranian’s stubborn little mouth!! They wash up easily and are very soft. Buying more to have extras on hand.
We brush teeth nightly. The plastic finger brushes don't fit my finger, this does. I rinse it often so it lasts. It seems to do a great job, even my vet noticed we were doing dental care.
This is a very good purroduct to use on my kitty’s front teeth, but it still is not so easy to get his back teeth. For those areas I use the cotton swab applicators that you can also find at chewy. Combined, these two purroducts are pawmazing and get the job done!
I will know better when my pup goes in for a cleaning but it seems to get stuff off her teeth.
For such a simple things many would think it’s a joke trying to brush your small dog’s teeth with a finger cot but it works! I was told by our vet about how to brush the teeth much easier than trying to use a toothbrush
This stays on the finger and actually fits. I wish it could be used longer
The trouble with a pet toothbrush is that a cat's mouth is so small and I can't tell what it's rubbing on: gum? tooth? outside of mouth? With the fingerbrush, I can tell whether or not I'm getting at her teeth and gums. I had been trying to use gauze, but it snagged on her teeth too easily.