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Smart Finger Toothbrushes for Dogs & Puppies - From £3.28
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Smart Finger Toothbrushes for Dogs & Puppies

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Manufacturer: MDC



Pair of Finger Dental Toothbrush for Dogs. Each finger tooth brush is soft and pliable, easy to slip onto your finger making rubbing gel onto your pets teeth much easier.

Each tooth brush has two sides, a more knobbly and a softer fine rubber bristled side ensuring your pet will be happy whilst you clean the teeth.

It's particularly easily accepted by dogs and cats and is useful in getting to hard to reach back teeth.

Two per packet.

Reviews (5)

Overall rating: (4.2 of 5)

5 stars: (3)
4 stars: (0)
3 stars: (2)
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1 stars: (0)
Jade Compton
August 2014

Much easier to use than a full toothbrush, great price.

Donna Marsh
August 2013

These are great for my greyhounds - just the right size. One dog is happy for me to do her teeth with whatever I choose but the other is very wary. Even he accepts this better than handled dog tooth brush and the finger cloth that I have tried previously. I imagine they would be too large for small-medium dogs though.

James Robertson
October 2012

Massive brushes!To give you an idea of the size,the head of the brush is nearly 28mm from front of bristles to rear of brush. The brushing length is about 20mm. We have a CKCS they are far to big for her mouth. Would suggest only suitable for larger breeds of dog.

Andrew Shemming
April 2012

I found these finger toothbrushes much easier to use rather than a toothbrush It is also quicker than fiddling round trying to brush a dogs teeth with a brush with a long handle because my dog likes chewing the handle

Rebecca Wilton
April 2012

A little large for my JRT mouth but much simpler and easier to use than a toothbrush.