Dorwest

Roast Dinner Toothpaste

200-Grams

£9.90

Dorwest Roast Dinner Toothpaste is professionally forumluated for veterinary use. Animals don’t have their teeth cleaned as often as us, so this paste is slightly more abrasive than its human equivalent. It is low foaming and 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 his teeth cleaned by using it regularly from a young age as part of your general care regime.

Roast Dinner Toothpaste contains Sage oil which has antiseptic properties and has the ability to whiten the teeth, freshen the mouth and keep gums healthy. This paste is supplied in a 200g jar, which makes it easier to use than a tube.

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.

Directions: Apply with a soft toothbrush; for smaller dogs and cats a piece of muslin cloth or cotton bud may be more acceptable. For animal use only.



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%

Product Code: DVR0021

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