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Zymadent Peanut Butter Enzymatic Toothpaste (3 oz Tube)


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Project Paws® Zymadent® toothpaste for dogs is veterinarian-formulated to help maintain clean teeth and healthy gums. Enzymatic action works to reduce plaque, tartar, and bacterial build-up while freshening breath. Peanut butter flavor for a taste your dog will love!

Directions for Use:
To introduce brushing, start by letting your dog taste a small amount on your finger. Slowly and gently begin rubbing teeth and gums with your finger. Add a small amount of toothpaste to the brush and allow dog to taste again. Expose dog’s teeth and gums and gently brush. Praise your dog while brushing. Consider rewarding your dog after with a dental treat.

More Toothbrushing Tips:

  • Use a toothbrush designed for dogs. Our free “invisible” finger toothbrush (shown in the photos) is our go-to brush!
  • Most dogs just hate having their teeth brushed. One way to encourage your pup to relax and even enjoy toothbrushing is to squeeze more toothpaste onto your dog’s toothbrush for each new section of mouth you brush. Your dog will enjoy the flavor and start to recognize it as a reward for allowing you to brush his or her teeth!
  • Make sure you’re in a relaxed state while brushing your dog’s teeth. Remember, dogs are very in tune with others’ emotions, especially their owners’!

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Verified Customer Reviews


Dogs like the taste, but I didn't like the smell and it took several washing to get the smell off my fingers. By: Tanya


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My 10 yr old American Bulldog likes the peanut butter flavor! By: J


I may try putting a little of this on the dental toy to see if that encourages my dog to use it. By: Mary