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Beaphar Toothpaste 100g

Beaphar Toothpaste 100g

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Specially formulated for dogs and cats, its regular use will make bad-breath or expensive dental treatments less likely. Beaphar Toothpaste is readily accepted due to its meaty flavour, and regular tooth brushing can become a fun part of your pet's oral hygiene routine. Brushing helps dislodge plaque, then the toothpaste’s special formula goes into action, with two enzymes that fight bad bacteria and help break down hidden plaque. Suitable for dogs and cats.

Instructions

ALWAYS FULLY READ THE PRODUCT LABEL BEFORE USE. It is important to introduce your pet to teeth cleaning slowly. The following steps should be achieved gradually. Do not move onto the next step until your cat or dog is happy with the current step. The duration and frequency of each step needs to be built up steadily to avoid teeth cleaning becoming a stressful experience for both you and your pet. 1. Lift your pet’s lips to expose the teeth. Reinforce this by giving them lots of praise. 2. Once your pet is used to having their mouth touched on the outside, start running your finger along their teeth. 3. When they are accustomed to this, introduce them to a small amount of Beaphar Toothpaste. Place some on your finger, allowing them to lick it off. The toothpaste is liver-flavoured and most pets love it. We recommend using the Beaphar Toothbrush with your Beaphar Toothpaste. This handy, soft-grip, double-ended toothbrush has two brush head sizes, each with varying length bristles to help you to reach all your pet's teeth, even the hard to reach areas in their mouth. 4. When they are used to the taste and texture of the toothpaste, and having their mouth touched you can start to introduce the Beaphar Toothbrush. To do this, simply wet the bristles on the toothbrush and place some Beaphar Toothpaste on it. 5. Allow your pet to investigate and lick the delicious liver-flavoured toothpaste off the toothbrush. Be sure to give them plenty of praise. 6. When they are comfortable with each of the steps, it is time to combine all elements of the training. Start by brushing a few teeth on this session and gradually build-up each time until all their teeth can be cleaned. Replace the toothbrush after three months, or sooner if the bristles look worn. Thoroughly clean the toothbrush after each use. Always have fresh drinking water available.

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