Your pooch needs oral care just like you do—and Fresh Breath by TropiClean Oral Care Kit for Pets offers you a complete solution. And yes, it does mean brushing her teeth! But these products are designed just for her and they’re formulated to make a real difference. It starts with TropiClean’s Brushing Gel for Dogs, infused with green tea leaf extract to fight plaque and tartar as well as the germs that cause bad breath. Then there’s the TripleFlex Toothbrush, whose 360-degree bristles clean three times faster than a conventional toothbrush — which is good, because some dogs aren’t very patient with tooth brushing! And finally, there’s a Finger Brush you can use to clean the most sensitive teeth and gums. Used together, they’ll keep your furry friend’s smile bright and healthy for a long time to come.
Comprehensive care kit helps maintain dogs’ oral health.
Brushing Gel for Dogs uses green tea leaf extract to fight plaque, tartar and bacteria.
TripleFlex Toothbrush has 360-degree bristles to clean teeth 3 times faster than a conventional toothbrush.
Finger Brush is designed to gently clean sensitive teeth and gums.
Designed to produce a noticeable difference in 30 days or less.
Purified Water, Corn Alcohol, Natural Mint, Glycerin, Natural Cleanser, Carbopol, Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, Chlorophyllin, Green Tea Leaf Extract.
Brush teeth once daily. Depending on your dog’s preference, us the TripleFlex brush or the Fingertip brush. Squeeze a small amount of Brushing Gel for Dogs onto the brush and allow your dog to taste. Reapply and gently brush in a circular motion. Never use human toothpaste, which can upset your pet’s stomach. For maximum effect, withhold food and water for 30 minutes before and after treatment.
Get the job done but I have to wrestle with my puppy to make sure I’m getting his teeth. The bristles can be softer n longer.
Dog did not like
on Feb 26, 2020
The sent actually seemed to scare my dog! Also, the bristles are VERY scratchy, which might not work so well with a small dog because the teeth are so small, it could be hurting the gums.
on Feb 16, 2020
My Golden has awful breath. He has had since pup. He's 3 now. I started putting in the water and it has really helped. This makes me very happy as he is very generous with his kisses. Lol.
Easy to used!
on Aug 15, 2019
I used this toothbrush for my pekingese dog. I like it because my dog breath never stink again.
TropiClean fresh breath oral care toothbrush kit.
on Apr 17, 2019
Dog wasn’t really fond of this when we started. She didn’t like the toothpaste/toothbrush we got at the pet store. But she got used to this kit rather quickly and likes the toothpaste.
Dogie Tooth Brush
on May 8, 2019
The finger brush is a bit easier to use. My girls like the taste but put up a bit of a fight with the brushing. I like the kit.
Good toothbrush, too big for cats
on Mar 24, 2019
We were hoping to use this on our cats, but it is too big for their mouths. I think it would work great for a dog though.
ok item but my dogs don’t care for it
on Mar 19, 2019
My 2 Golden Retrievers do not like this product I think I waisted money on these two items
It’s good, depending on what your dog likes.
on Aug 11, 2018
I’m not entirely sure, I bought this set at PetSmart but used Chewy to have them price match because they wanted $17.50 for it in store. I was NOT paying that price, but I’ve always been one to brush my dogs teeth. I have a Jack Russell shorty pup, who’s eight weeks and three days. I know it’s important to start young with oral hygiene, just as it is for humans. My qualm is, Kaven doesn’t seem to like the taste or the smell. I think it maybe too strong for him, I used less than a pea sized amount to let him get used to the flavor. He took one sniff, snorted and shook his head. I put a smidegon on his teeth and he wasn’t impressed with the flavor. I used peanut butter flavor for my angel baby,I’m not entirely sure, I bought this set at PetSmart but used Chewy to have them price match because they wanted $17.50 for it in store. I was NOT paying that price, but I’ve always been one to brush my dogs teeth. I have a Jack Russell shorty pup, who’s eight weeks and three days. I know it’s important to start young with oral hygiene, just as it is for humans. My qualm is, Kaven doesn’t seem to like the taste or the smell. I think it maybe too strong for him, I used less than a pea sized amount to let him get used to the flavor. He took one sniff, snorted and shook his head. I put a smidegon on his teeth and he wasn’t impressed with the flavor. I used peanut butter flavor for my angel baby, who was almost thirteen when he gained his wings. He loved the peanut butter flavor, so I may have to try a different flavor for baby Kaven. I won’t give a bad review, just because Kaven didn’t like it. He’s his own boy, and he’ll learn his own flavors and taste preferences. I love the smell of the gel, not too strong to the human nose and I imagine a lot of dogs would love that flavor. I may let him sniff and try again later, but as of now he’s not a fan. I like the handled brush, simply because it allows you to get all angles of the teeth; sadly the dogs will bite down on the brush preventing you from moving it. Since he’s a teething pup, he’ll chew on anything he can find. I do recommend this because lots of other reviews say their pups like them, but with most anything not everyone will enjoy the flavors. Just have to find what they like, if the second try doesn’t go over as well I’ll find another flavor and see how that goes. All in all though, I do like this product, it’s not TropiClean’s fault that he doesn’t seem to like it. I see too many people leaving negative reviews on products, just because their dogs didn’t like it. It’s not the companies fault, it’s no ones fault they’re just like humans. They like what they like, they have their preferences and you’ll learn them fast. Kaven isn’t as picky as my angel baby was, but apparently minty stuff is gonna be his kryptonite.… more
finger brush is just too hard
on Jul 11, 2018
the small finger brush doesn't have soft flexible bristles - more like hard rubber nubs. they don't get between teeth. If you're going to all the trouble of brushing your dog's teeth, you need to use an effective tool that actually does the job. This doesn't. Save your money and buy silicon finger brushes or a baby's tooth brush instead.