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One Company Is Giving Away These “Invisible” Dog Toothbrushes To Help You Start a Brushing Routine

Written by: Justin Palmer
Justin Palmer is a Certified Pet Food Nutrition Specialist and co-founder of Inspired by his rescued husky, Splash, he dedicated himself to learning about extending both the length and quality of her life. Splash lived and thrived until 18 years old, and now Justin is on a mission to share what he learned with other dog owners.Read more
| Published on July 19, 2018

Brushing our dog’s teeth. We all know we should be doing it, but if only our pups didn’t hate it so much!

Sadly, over 80% of dogs over the age of 3 have some form of periodontal disease. Not only does dental disease cause mouth pain and bad breath, but bacteria that originally starts in the gums can spread to other vital organs and cause life threatening illnesses.

One of the biggest barriers to brushing is, well, the brush! Who can blame our dogs when we come to them with one of these things in our hand?

Here at iHeartDogs, we’re really passionate about canine dental care because it can save lives.

We set out to create a concept for a toothbrush that’s as least invasive as possible. This gentle brush is soft enough that your pup might not be able to tell the difference between your hand and the toothbrush!

Because we want to reduce the barrier to brushing, we decided to actually give away these toothbrushes for free. There is a small shipping & handling charge that also covers one donated meal to an animal shelter, but we think you’ll agree this is an incredible deal!

If you introduce the brush gradually to the dog, and use a pet-safe toothpaste with a yummy taste, you’ll have a successful brushing routine in no time!

Please keep in mind we do have a limited supply of the free brushes, so if you’d like to get one grab yours quick!

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information on this website is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified healthcare professional.

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