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As a pet owner, I always strive to take the best care of my furry friend's dental health. That's why I was thrilled when I discovered Vet's Best Fingerbrush Dog Toothbrush. This product has truly been a game-changer for me. The fact that no toothpaste is needed is a huge plus. It makes the whole process so much easier and more convenient. Not only that, but the quality of the toothbrush itself is outstanding. The bristles are soft yet effective, ensuring a thorough clean without causing any d...
Mac hated these, when I’ve tried to use them he hides and while using them it’s impossible to brush anything he keeps pulling back and biting, super uncomfortable. My baby did not like this, If I could I would send it back.
These are very easy for dogs to swallow. My 5 month old puppy swallowed one and had to have it surgically removed! More than 5 grand later he is healthy but you should be cautious ⚠️ when using these. I wish I never bought these in the first place.
this finger brush stays on my finger and the "bristles" are soft - seems more effective than other finger brushes I've tried to use and definitely easier to use.
Don't like these much. Doesn't fit my fingers very well. It is also to soft and flexible to really brush with. My dog loves her teeth brushed but with these fingerbrushes all the toothpaste ends up on the first tooth I hit. Looking for another but in the meantime these are all I have.
My silky terrier, like all small breeds, is prone to tooth decay and so teeth brushing is essential. Vets do recommend an actual tooth brush, but this style is recommended when starting the process, which neither I nor my dog had ever done before. I can see people with bigger fingers having a problem with these fitting because they were a little tight on my first finger. Once you (and your dog) get the hang of the process, buy the cheap infant or toddler soft toothbrushes because they are cheaper than the "pet" ones.
For mini poodle this is a good size brush. However, it is very tight on my pointer finger and my fingers aren't fat. If you have large dog or large hands, these would not work for you. Quality is good and I appreciate that this is a package of ten.
This was made for tiny fingers. You need bigger sizes. And they are flimsy.
Bought these as a replacement for former finger toothbrush I used. The bristles on these appear a little softer than what I previously used so it may not irritate my pup's mouth and make him more receptive to brushing. I just hope that the softer bristles do not negatively impact on the ability to brush his teeth and get rid of tarter and stains.The only negative is that I had to order a pack of ten, which is more than I would ever need as these things do not appear to wear out that quickly. I would have liked the ability to order perhaps only 3-4.
Wouldn't fit on my fingers. My hand size is normal man's sized, not sure if they come in multiple sizes.