Dorwest Roast Dinner Toothpaste is professionally formulated for veterinary use. Unlike human toothpastes, which are too harsh for our four-legged friends, this toothpaste has been specifically developed for dogs and cats alongside veterinary professionals. The low-foaming and gentle formulation cleans teeth without damaging enamel, with the sage oil acting as a potent antiseptic and antioxidant (to neutralise free-radicals), helping to keep those gums fresh and healthy. Make brushing your pet's teeth easier with this tasty toothpaste they`ll love.
This low foaming toothpaste has an acceptable meaty taste to make the whole experience more pleasant for both owner and pet. Ideally, you should get your pet used to having their teeth cleaned by using it regularly from a young age as part of your general care regime. The main purpose in cleaning teeth is to reduce the build-up of dental plaque which can lead to the formation of tartar and to keep gums healthy. Sage oil, a potent anti-oxidant that also has more than a dozen antiseptic compounds helps to keep those gums fresh and healthy.
Benefits of Roast Dinner Toothpaste:
- Easy to use dog toothpaste with meaty taste
- Low foaming so you can brush with clarity and less dribbling of the mouth
- This paste is supplied in a 200g jar, which makes it easier to use than a tube
Directions: Apply with a soft toothbrush; for smaller dogs and cats a piece of muslin cloth or cotton bud may be more acceptable. Water should be offered after use. Regular weekly use is recommended. For animal use only. Not suitable for humans.
Not harmful if swallowed but a drink of water after cleaning is advisable. Not suitable for human use.
Laponite 2%, Glycerine 15%, Chalk 38%, Pumice Fine 30n 27%, Sodium Benzoate 0.30%, Deionised Water 20%, Sodium Lauryl Sulphate 0.50%, Flavouring Flavour / antibacteriall 0.10%
Do I really need to brush my pet’s teeth?
The answer is yes, together with regular vet dental checks, brushing your pet’s teeth is an important part of maintaining their dental hygiene and the best way to avoid potentially invasive and costly dental treatment. Most of us will experience uncomfortable and sometimes painful dental problems in our lives and it’s no different for our pets. Brushing your pet’s teeth regularly keeps their mouths healthy by helping to prevent the build-up of dental plaque which can lead to tartar, eventually causing gum disease and tooth damage.
What can I brush my pet’s teeth with?
To brush your pet’s teeth, you will need the right tools. First of all, choose a specialist toothbrush or an ordinary children’s soft bristle toothbrush. Use a toothpaste formulated for dogs, such as our gentle, low foaming Roast Dinner Toothpaste. For those that resent the brush or for smaller mouths why not try a fabric plaster or some muslin wrapped around your finger? Take your time and gradually introduce the idea to your pet over a period of days, if needed.
How should I brush my pet’s teeth?
To begin with, many pets are reluctant to have their teeth cleaned but with our liver- flavoured Roast Dinner Toothpaste they will soon look forward to their new dental care routine. Try not to brush too hard as this can damage their gums and brush the teeth carefully in a circular motion. Don’t forget to reward your pet with lots of praise and maybe even a homemade treat. Starting from a young age can also help your pet get into a good routine.
How often should I brush my pet’s teeth?
Ideally, pets should have their teeth cleaned daily but this may be impractical for some people, so we suggest that you aim to do it at least once a week to help reduce the build-up of plaque and tartar, the main culprits of tooth decay. However, if this isn’t possible as often as possible is better than neglecting your pet’s dental care altogether.
Can the toothpaste be used when my pet is pregnant?
Can the toothpaste be used when my pet is lactating?
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