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Why Enzadent?

Taking care of your pet’s teeth is, in many ways, the same as taking care of your own. Brushing food debris and plaque from the teeth and gumline can greatly reduce the chance of tartar build-up. While dry, crunchy foods, chew toys or treats, can help clean some of a pet’s teeth, they do not effectively clean at or under the gumline, where the most serious problem of periodontal (gum) disease begins. It is gum disease, not cavities, which most compromises the oral health in pets. Toothbrushing is the most effective method of cleaning a pet’s teeth at the gumline.

Enzadent Dual Ended Toothbrush

The Enzadent Toothbrush is a dual-ended toothbrush for dogs and cats of all sizes. It features  large and small brush heads, with bristles designed to help remove food debris and plaque. The Enzadent toothbrush heads are set at ergonomically correct angles for easier handling. 

Directions: Apply a small amount of Enzadent toothpaste onto the brush. Gently, lift the lip exposing the teeth. In a circular motion, brush along the gumline. Brush only a few teeth the first time and increase the amount each time you brush as your pet becomes more familiar with the process.

Enzadent Complete Toothbrush Kit

Enzadent Toothbrush kit contains a dual ended toothbrush, a finger brush, and 1 tube of poultry flavored enzymatic toothpaste (90g). This kit contains the essentials for brushing your dog or cat’s teeth. Enzadent Enzymatic Toothpaste does not foam or need to be rinsed, and can be swallowed safely.

Enzadent Fingerbrush Kit

Enzadent Fingerbrush Kit contains an easy to use finger toothbrush and 1 tube of poultry flavored Enzadent toothpaste (21g). This is an ideal starter kit for introducing your cat or dog to regular toothbrushing. Enzadent Enzymatic Toothpaste does not foam or need to be rinsed, and can be swallowed safely. 

Directions: For pets new to brushing, using the Enzadent fingerbrush may be a more readily-accepted starter method initially. This method will help your pet become familiar with your hands in and near their mouth area. Once your pet is accustomed to the teeth brushing, graduate to the dual-ended toothbrush for optimum results.

Follow your veterinarian’s specific directions for use.