Triple Pet EZDOG Finger Brush
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Triple Pet Ezdog Finger Brush

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Tags: products, dental care, products, dental care

The Triple Pet EZDOG Finger Brush stands above all the other finger brushes that are out on the market: ergonomic design, comfort for the pet owner and the pet and reduces choking. You are actually holding the brush with your finger and hand. One size fits all. Dishwasher safe.
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The Triple Pet EZDOG Finger Brush gives you control and flexibility when cleaning your dog's teeth.

July 28, 2011 12:50 pm | By Zootoo Editor Flinn D.

The Triple Pet EZDOG Finger Brush is an improvement over similar slip-on finger toothbrushes. Products from competing lines can be too small in size, presenting a potential choking problem if the brush were to slip off your finger during brushing. But the Triple Pet EZDOG Finger Brush solves this problem, while effectively cleaning your pooch’s teeth.

The Triple Pet EZDOG offering features a hard plastic brush that fits over your finger more like a glove than a thimble. As a bonus, its body extends all the way to your palm, making it hard for the brush to slip off and block your dog’s airway or be swallowed — and giving you greater control during dental cleanings.

Other than that, the Triple Pet EZDOG product is identical to similar finger brushes — the body fits over your index finger and has soft rubber bristles on the outside. And as with other finger toothbrushes, you operate the EZDOG Finger Brush by inserting your finger into your pet’s cheek and moving it in a slow circular motion, pressing the bristles against his teeth.

The Triple Pet EZDOG Finger Brush is recommended for use with the Triple Pet line of pet toothpaste but I’ve used several different brands of pet toothpaste on it and these work just as well.

Bottom line: the Triple Pet EZDOG Finger Brush combines all of the benefits of other pet toothbrushes while adding key design features to help prevent choking and give you even more flexibility and control during cleanings.

Pros: Design helps to prevent choking; finger brushing can help to calm dogs during cleaning.

Cons: None.

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Karen S.
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Rating: 5

Works Well!

posted 5 years ago

The three brushes on this toothbrush help clean all surfaces quickly. The handle is easily gripped and helps with reaching into the dog's mouth.

Pros: Three heads clean all surface areas, handle helps with ease of use

Cons: None noted

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Margie R.
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Rating: 5

Triple head toothbrush

posted 6 years ago

this tooth is practical if the dog would hold still. I bought a denture brush. Its bigger brush head covers more area even if they squirm. Margie

Pros: gets all sides of teeth for faster cleaning

Cons: get the dog to hold still

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