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Deep Cleansing Toothbrush for Dogs (ZD)

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Introducing our new Dog Toothbrush Chew Toy, which makes brushing their teeth enjoyable. Brushing your dog’s teeth is a difficult task because they do not like it. Your dog will clean his/her own teeth with this toothbrush toy by just chewing on it just like any other toy!

The dog toy includes multiple molar bumps and thorns to increase friction, which helps clean teeth more properly and massage gums when chewing, also improving dental hygiene.

This dog chew toy is made of non-toxic, tear-resistant TPR (thermoplastic rubber). Fill the dog toothbrush with dog food, peanut butter, or toothpaste, and supervise the puppy to chew for 4-7 minutes every day.

The dog will think this is a pleasure. Our dog toys are strictly inspected for interest. There is no bitterness or strong odor, and your puppies will love it.

This dog toothbrush is made of natural rubber which is non-toxic and eco-friendly. The material makes it more sturdy and will not be chewed off easily. Soft and designed to be safe for your dog’s gums, and it will not hurt your dogs health. 

This also helps them to clean their teeth and protect them from oral diseases. This toy is Designed to clean dog’s teeth on both sides. It’s angles are carefully designed to fit comfortably in your dog’s mouth, with a stable base to make it easier for your pet to hold the toothbrush. 

Encourage your pet to clean his teeth every day to prevent serious health problems. Sweet smell to attract pets to chew the brush, which can save energy and time to help dogs brush teeth. 

Put a drop of their favorite toothpaste inside, and they’ll never stop biting and chewing, while brushing their teeth, and cleaning their entire mouth in the process.


HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Make your pet enjoy brushing their teeth – Just like a chew toy. Pet can chew it for fun.

  • Safe & non-toxic – Made of natural rubber which is non-toxic. It is safe for your dog’s gums. It will not hurt your dogs health & helps them to clean their teeth and protect them from oral diseases

  • With sweet perfume – Infused with peppermint scent, your pet will like it

  • Easy to Clean – Can be cleaned in dishwasher

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22 reviews for Deep Cleansing Toothbrush for Dogs (ZD)
  • 5 out of 5

    Got this for my older 50lb dog who doesn’t like her teeth brushed. Seems to be a good size for 50lb dog and over. Feels pretty durable, like the rubber used for the Kong toys. It does have a smell to it, not sure if that will turn some dogs off from using it…its almost like a slight mint/ fresh scent. I can’t really attest to how durable, as my dog won’t chew it…she’s not really a chewer. I hoped she would if I put liver in it, but still no go….it will eventually be used by another dog. Over all, good size for 50lbs +, seems to be pretty durable and should last a while, looks as though it will work as intended.

  • 5 out of 5

    Great for dogs with small mouths!!!

  • 5 out of 5

    I’m not sure how durable it is yet but my dog loves it. He’s a 13 year old high anxiety puggle so he has a short mouth and usually toys that you can put treats in don’t interest him at all because they’re too large and firm for him to chew on. This one is awesome cause you can put anything in it and it’s slim so it’s perfect for his short snout lol we’ve been putting blueberries and cream cheese in it or pumpkin purree and freezing it. When things are frozen it takes him a whole hour to eat it all! It’s great cause it distracts him and helps him calm down. I’m considering buying a second one just in case it breaks lol.

  • 5 out of 5

    This toothbrush is indeed easy to fill and easy to clean. My adult dog is happy to just chomp on it without pulling off pieces. The younger dog, the super heavy duty chewer who delights in destroying things, pulled off a chunk within minutes, however. So it’s not for the youngins or the aggressive chewers. But nothing really is – do you feel me, owners of heavy chewers? It does a great job if you supervise, which the toy does say you should do. Leave them alone with it and they’ll destroy it.

  • 5 out of 5

    My Cocker Spaniel claimed the toothbrush as soon as it arrived. He doesn’t care that it’s a toothbrush, he just loves to carry it around as his favorite toy. He also doesn’t care that chewing on it is good for his oral hygiene. He just really loves that toy. It seems good and sturdy and should last a long time.

  • 5 out of 5

    My dogs really enjoy this toothbrush.

  • 5 out of 5

    Our dog is an extraordinarily aggressive chewer, and this toothbrush has withheld its structure over multiple brushings. We add the toothpaste to the innards and spread it out with a knife or spoon. He will lick and chew it until everything is clean. So far, there are a few nubbins missing off the edges, but that’s nothing compared to his other toys!

  • 5 out of 5

    So, my dog is destructive and enjoys to chew on things that are hard to destroy. This chew toy is durable enough that it took her a while to make a weak point. It’s also good for her teeth and quiet. All perks when it comes to favorite chew toys. If she tears this one up in the end, I will buy more..but for now it is hanging in and getting played with a ton.

  • 5 out of 5

    My 60lbs mutt is fairly rough on his toys, but I wouldn’t call him a “super chewer”. I have had none of the issues of the toy breaking down that a few people have mentioned.

    Like most dog dads, I am not as good about brushing my pups teeth as I should be. He had to have 2 teeth removed, and the rest cleaned. $1,200 later, I was definitely better about brushing but it was a pain. With this, his breath smells MUCH better and I don’t have to stress about brushing so often. 10/10, would buy again!

  • 5 out of 5

    My 6 mini Dachshund’s LOVE this toothbrush toy! We use it with the peanut butter flavored dog toothpaste. They each have their own and they view it as a special treat. It’s a treat with the positive health benefit of cleaning their gums and teeth. I especially love the tiny brush included to clean the toy afterwards. When I open the drawer with their doggie toothbrushes they dance around excitedly until they receive their toothbrush treat.

  • 5 out of 5

    My golden lab sandy loves this toy! She doesn’t know it’s for her teeth. I’m so glad I found this because every other rubber toy she has gnawed through and has to be taken away for safety reasons. The only other chew toy that has lasted is an oak log that now is splintering. The rope part is long enough so we can play tug and she hasn’t bitten the knot side off! Definitely would recommend this. By the way, sandy is 6 months old and has sharp teeth so she’s put it to the test!

  • 5 out of 5

    My dog isn’t a fan of when I try to stick a toothbrush in his mouth and attempt to brush his teeth, even when I include treats as a reward! This is an easy foolproof way around that! Add some toothpaste in the middle or to the sides of the toy and give to your dog to chew on for up to 5 minutes at a time under supervision! When he’s finished, make sure you take it away because if your dog is anything like mine, left to his own devices he’d chew the thing up in no time, it’s just not that kind of toy. Also, it makes the toy more exciting for your dog every time you bring it out if your dog isn’t allowed to have access to the toy constantly! Clean up is a breeze, it comes with a little brush for the inside of the toy and soap and hot water gets the job done. I would definitely recommend this toy if your trying to keep your pups teeth clean and have a hard time brushing them yourself.

  • 5 out of 5

    I have a tiny dog who has sharp teeth capable of tearing things to shreds. This has held up pretty well… except for the base, which is starting to get eaten. I have to encourage him to chew on the top rather than the base 🙂

    Does its job well overall; it’s easy to put a treat inside the middle part and have the dog stay occupied for a while. Not sure how much teeth cleaning actually happens, but imagine it’s a decent amount.

    One thing that impressed me was that the company offered to swap out for a more durable chew toy if this one gets destroyed by your dog. That’s good service.

  • 5 out of 5

    My 12 lb toy poodle enjoys his toothbrush toy. I will put a smidge of doggie toothpaste on it and sometimes add a few of his little kibble bits. If I sit it on the counter he will continually jump up in the air because he wants it. Once I set it on the floor he will grab it and head to his bedroom for a chew. Once he has been chewing for awhile he will then rejoin us in the living room to continue his chew. Even though he’s small he still holds it between his paws to chew on it. However, if there is nothing in the chew he will chew on the bottom feet. I then take it away so that he doesn’t tear the bottom up.

  • 5 out of 5

    This awesome cactus shaped dog toy/toothbrush is everything I hoped it would be! As soon as it arrived (the very next day after I ordered it BTW!) I put some of my dogs little crunchy food between the perfectly spaced openings, & some enzymatic tooth paste, just a little, and gave it to my dog, a 6 pound chihuahua, & SHE LOVED IT! I could hear her teeth getting Squeaky clean against the perfectly spaced zig zag openings of the Cactus Toothbrushing Dog Toy & was overjoyed! I told everyone all about this great way to entertain their dog while getting their teeth clean at the same time! My dog played with it for a long time before falling asleep with it next to her head! When she woke up she picked up her new Cactus Dog Toothbrushing Toy and begged for me to fill it up again! This has become a daily ritual now! Our vet checked her teeth & asked us how we got her teeth so clean! I should add, my pup enjoys chewing on her cactus even without food or toothpaste on it! So don’t hesitate, this toy is perfect for the smallest dogs up to strong chewers. It’s very strong and my dog likes to gnaw on toys until they break & this cactus is still as new as the day I bought it! Thank you for such a great product! I’ll be sending these to all of my friends and family who have dogs of any age and size! FIVE STARS

  • 5 out of 5

    Took me a minute to realize how to get the toothpaste into the reservoir (place toothpaste tube directly on top hole and squeeze it in), and then my dog a few minutes to learn how to use it (bite where the bristles are and paste is inside there), but he loves it and it cleans his teeth well. I was trying to use a fingertip brush, but he bites down when I do and he’s a doberman, so this saves my fingers. I would recommend taking it away when all paste is out because my dog started thinking this is a toy and if I only let him use it when I feel his teeth need cleaned, he wants to chew it even more and it saves wear and tear on the item.

    After he uses it, his mouth smells like whatever paste I used (mint or meat flavors). I’m ordering the peanut butter toothpaste today since he likes it so much, and my days of having my finger bitten should be over. Worth the money!

  • 5 out of 5

    My 18 month old Bernadoodle loves it! Would definitely buy it again!

  • 5 out of 5

    As I said in the title, my 41 pound mini Bernadoodle loves this, and it really does work. It helped work out his baby teeth as well as fights off the tarter build up on his pretty teeth. Also helps control his dog breath (not perfect, but better than dog breath). Add to this that it is made of very tough rubber, so it doesn’t fall apart. My pup has been working on this thing for weeks, and still looks like new. And, if it gets dirty, you can simply just wash it off. Would definitely buy this again.

  • 5 out of 5

    Great way to keep teeth clean without brushing!

  • 5 out of 5

    My vet recently told me I need to start brushing my doodle’s teeth. I knew however, she would NEVER let me brush them with a doggy tooth brush. (She’s way too sassy!) So happy I found this alternative. I just squeeze some poultry flavored toothpaste into the center, and give to her each morning. She has a great time chewing on the bristles, and getting the toothpaste out. She has no idea this activity is actually cleaning her teeth. Mission accomplished!

  • 5 out of 5

    My puppy enjoys this with peanut butter or dog toothpaste in it. Keeps him busy for quite a while and the included brush makes removing peanut butter he could not reach easily. Trying to keep his teeth clean preventatively to assure good dental check ups.

  • 5 out of 5

    I filled it up with doggie toothpaste the first time, and although they liked it, they didn’t go as bonkers over it as when I filled it with peanut butter. Great way to get something that will scrub at their teeth without hurting their gums.

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