Help your small dog live a longer, healthier, happier life with the Quad Brush dog toothbrush. Poor dental health can lead to periodontal (gum) disease that could be dangerous to your dog. The QuadBrush helps make the brushing experience safer, faster, more thorough, and more comfortable for both you and your dog.
When left untreated, gum disease not only results in pain, discomfort, and nutritional deficiencies for your dog, but the bacteria caused by gum disease can spread throughout your dog’s internal organs via the bloodstream as noted by the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry. Regular brushing of your dog’s teeth can significantly reduce the threat of gum disease and help lead the way to a longer, healthier life.
The patented four head toothbrush helps prevent gum disease and keep your small dog healthy. The four heads of the QuadBrush helps keep your dog’s mouth open and cleans harder to reach areas. Three of the bristle heads surround your dog’s tooth cleaning more tooth surface at one time. By cleaning more tooth faster the QuadBrush helps to reduce the stress to your dog while brushing their teeth.
Available in bright contemporary colors with matching covers for multiple dog use distinction. Be sure each of your dogs has their own toothbrush. Each QuadBrush includes a matching cover to keep the brush clean and bacteria free. You can also write your dog’s name on the holder with a permanent marker for better identification. The QuadBrush handle has built-in textured finger grips, designed for your comfort and ease of use.
Starting to brush early (by 3-4 months of age) is ideal to get your dog used to the routine. However, you can start at any time.
Toothbrush should be replaced every 3 months or at the first signs of bristle wear.
This product comes in assorted colors (green, pink, blue), please allow us to choose for you. Imported.
Warning: This is not a toy. For use by adults for intended purposes only. Regular veterinary visits are recommended.
Day 1 – 3
Allow your dog to get used to sitting still while you gently lift the lip and run your finger along their gums and teeth. Spend no more than five minutes. Reward well and give plenty of praise.
Day 3 – 5
Place a tiny amount of dog toothpaste along the gums on each side of the mouth. Allow your dog to lick and swallow the toothpaste. Human toothpaste should never be used for your dog. Do not brush at this point; the goal is to get your dog used to the paste first.
Day 5 – 7
Introduce the QuadBrush with a tiny amount of toothpaste and gently begin brushing.
Brush at least 2 to 3 times weekly, covering all areas of the mouth (not necessarily all in one sitting).
Cleaning & Storage
QuadBrush dog toothbrush should be rinsed, dried and placed in the holder after every use to keep the bristles clean and sanitary.