Regular brushing of your pet's teeth will prevent plaque and tartar formation. Brushing away food particles and bacteria will reduce the chances of tooth decay and keep breath fresh.
Beaphar Toothpaste is fluoride-free with a tasty liver flavour and two active enzymes (protease and glucose oxidase). Protease destroys the protein structure of plaque before it binds with calcium to become tartar. Glucose oxidase transforms glucose into harmless gluconic acid. This process produces a small amount of hydrogen peroxide which is an antibacterial and will kill dental bacteria.
In addition, zinc and sodium tripolyphosphate are added to bind with calcium and prevent plaque from turning to tartar.
Beaphar Toothbrush is a two-ended brush, with a handy soft grip that is specially designed to suit the shape of a cat or dog's teeth. It has different length bristles to ensure even hard to reach areas are kept clean and healthy.
Protect, prevent, clean, Suitable for cats & dogs of all sizes, Extra cleaning power, Toothbrush - handy soft grip, Toothpaste - advanced enzyme action, liver flavour, anti-plaque & anti-tartar, vet strength
Directions: 1 Begin by lifting the pet's lips to expose the teeth. Reinforce this by giving them lots of fuss and praise. 2 Once the pet is used to having their mouth touched on the outside, start running your finger along their teeth. 3 Once they are accustomed to having the inside of 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 letting them lick it off (Beaphar Toothpaste is liver flavoured so most cats and dogs love it). 4 Once they are used to the taste of the toothpaste introduce the toothbrush by letting them lick the toothpaste off it. 5 When they are comfortable with this, it is time to combine all the elements of training; brush a few teeth at first and gradually build up until all the teeth can be brushed.
Not for human use. Keep out of reach of children. Do not let your pet chew on the brush. Do not use human toothpaste with pets as it contains foaming agents and may irritate their stomachs.