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Triple Pet Ez Dog Pet Toothpaste
(5 out of 5)
Triple Pet All-Natural Toothpaste makes good dental hygiene a breeze.
September 30, 2010 8:21 pm | By Zootoo Editor Flinn D.
Triple Pet’s Toothpaste is a creamy, vanilla-flavored paste that will leave your pet’s mouth looking and smelling clean and refreshed. The non-foaming formula requires no rinsing at all and you will see and improvement in your pet’s breath and dental hygiene almost immediately. Best of all, the product is approved for use on dogs, cats and other animals.
You can use Triple Pet Toothpaste with several brands of pet toothbrushes, including Triple Pet’s own brand. The non-foaming formula means you won’t have to worry about rinsing and if your dog is anything like our tester dog, this is a huge advantage. He has gotten skittish in the past when toothpaste foams up his mouth — so skittish that he won’t let me rinse his mouth out. But with the Triple Pet toothpaste’s non-foaming quality, this problem is definitely solved.
Pet owners concerned about product ingredients will be relieved to hear that Triple Pet’s toothpaste is sweetened with Stevia, a natural herb, making the product 100% sugar-free. Also, the toothpaste contains tea-tree oil, an ingredient that helps to maintain healthy gums.
Before incorporating this wonderful toothpaste into our hygiene habits, I was lucky if I could get the teeth brushed once a month. But now, with daily brushings (and owners should aim for brushing at least once a week), our tester dog’s teeth look whiter, and his breath is better. And that’s no small feat.
Pros: Non-foaming formula simplifies brushing; sugar-free ingredients.
Reader's Reviews (5)
Doesn't clean as well as the enymatic brands
posted 8 years ago
This toothpaste is gritty and pastelike as compared to the enzymatic ones such as CET and Petrodex. It doesn't contain any enzymes, but seems abrasive which I guess will clean the teeth.
I bought this as a set with the triple head toothbrush, which also didn't work for my big dogs. The sides didn't reach the top parts of the teeth. I think it would work on a small breed like a dachshund but not anything bigger than a beagle.
The toothpaste is whiteish in color. I didn't use it too much since the dogs didn't seem to like the taste. Also, as the tube sat for a while, it got moldy near the cap. That was when I tossed it in the garbage. When I did use it, it cleaned as well as any other toothpaste, but didn't keep it clean over a 24 hour period.
Pros: It is natural
Cons: Dogs didn't like it as much
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