|Product Dimensions||2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm; 100 Grams|
|Item model number||15317|
|Size||100 g (Pack of 1)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Usage||Chewing & Dental, Dental Care|
|Item Weight||100 g|
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Beaphar Toothpaste for Dogs And Cats, 100g
|Price:||£3.59 (£35.90 / kg) £3.39 (£33.90 / kg)|
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|Age range (description)||Adult|
|Product benefits||Plaque Removal, Tartar Control, Eliminates Bad Breath|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Target audience||Cat, Dog|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||25 x 25 x 25 millimetres|
|Recommended uses for product||Liver|
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- For fresh breath
- Without fluoride
- Liver flavour
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Beaphar has been passionate about pets for over 75 years. We are proud of this heritage and the extensive range of high quality products that are used throughout the globe. Products include flea and tick control, wormers, calming and behavioural products, dental care and cat treats with additional health benefits.
Dental hygiene is important for our pets
Dental hygiene is just as important for our pets as it is for us. Regular care of your pet’s teeth will help prevent dental problems developing and help to keep your pet healthy, as well as preventing stressful and expensive veterinary treatment. The main cause of dental problems are a lack of a regular dental care regime and feeding an inappropriate diet.
Did you know 80% of dogs over the age of 3 have dental issues which can lead to costly dental bills? (Royal Veterinary College)
If your pet’s teeth look like this, it’s clear that they are suffering from plaque. Plaque is a common problem. It consists of a soft layer of bacteria, and sugars which accumulate from saliva and food. Plaque usually accumulates around the gums, but can also occur in other places, especially if these are difficult for the pet to clean with its tongue. Age and individual predisposition (i.e. some individuals are more likely than others to suffer from it) are also defining factors for plaque formation. You can remove plaque through careful, regular toothbrushing.
Tartar is the result of not removing plaque, which calcifies into a hard layer. Everywhere that plaque forms is liable to develop into tartar. You can’t brush tartar away; your veterinary surgeon will need to remove it.
Healthy teeth should be shiny and cream/white in colour with no rough patches on the surface. The gums should be pink and bad breath should be minimal.
How to brush your pet's teeth
Begin by lifting your pet’s lips to expose the teeth, build on this by giving them lots of fuss and praise. Once your pet is used to having their mouth touched on the outside, start running your finger along their teeth. At this stage, we recomend introducing the Beaphar Finger Toothbrush.
Once your pet is accustomed to having their mouth touched, introduce them to a toothbrush and toothpaste in a similar way. Start by squeezing a small amount of toothpaste onto your finger and let them lick it off.
Once they are used to the taste of the toothpaste, introduce the toothbrush by letting them lick the toothpaste off it.
When your pet is comfortable with this, it is time to combine all the elements of training; brush a few teeth at first and gradually build it up until all the teeth can be brushed.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 December 2021
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Then i tried the powdered stuff you put in their food, he still ate all of his food and i did notice a little difference. He has dental sticks and has raw marrow bones which keep the tartar from getting worse.
Eventually i tried this toothpaste...he LOVES it. I shout "teeth" at bedtime after ive done mine and he knows hes going to eat the paste. Theres no smell to this toothpaste and ive not tested it myself to see what it tastes like but he licks it off the brush with his eyes really wide. Whilst we do this i attempt at brushing too with the a doggy oft brush, he doesnt like me doing it but as time goes by im getting at those teeth a little longer. I cannot see a huge difference (yet) but it will hopefully keep his teeth from getting worse.
I shall keep at it trying to remove this tartar because its over £500 for a full dental scrape at the vets. He enjoys the toothpaste and its a lovely little special routine we have which he rushes to me when called.
That's why I didn't mind paying the Prime price of
That seems like a bargain.
It's only a bargain if it's useful.
You see, Buster, our 5 month old Jack Russell pup, does not like the flavour.
He refuses to lick it, eat it or have it in his mouth.
He will not use an automatic chew toothbrush coated in it.
The only way to brush his teeth with it is to hold him and make him.
I don't like this. Neither does he.
So we don't do it
Which leaves me with a tube if useless toothpaste.
Which I can't recommend, as neither can Buster.
Thank you for reading my review 🤗.
I've gradually built up the time that I clean for. Initially just a second or two, but now can clean both sides and her front teeth with minimal complaint. Afterwards she gets a small dog biscuit as a reward. The trick is regular cleaning with time built up slowly.
Has certainly improved doggy breath. I also use Plaque Off powder in her food which also helps with bad breath.
My dog has lovely white 🦷 , but not sure if it’s the toothpaste or the fact that Ive brushed his teeth pretty much every day since he was a puppy.
You only need a pea size amount so I’m still on the same one I bought before the one I’m reviewing, but as it’s the same brand I’m confident in doing this review now.