C.e.t. Home Dental Kit

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SKU
I190402
Health Type
Oral & Dental Care
Dog Size
All
Description
Convenient and complete starter dental care kit designed for dog owners to use at home. Contains C.E. T. Fingerbrush with C.E. T. Enzymatic Toothpaste and C.E. T. Dual-Ended Toothbrush. Each kit contains: C.E. T. Fingerbrush, an ideal beginner toothbrush to help acquaint dogs and their owners with the toothbrushing experience. After the dog and the owner are comfortable with toothbrushing, owners can graduate to using the C.E. T. Dual-Ended Toothbrush for more effective plaque removal. C.E. T. Enzymatic Toothpaste, which provides a natural antibacterial action and acts quickly to help neutralize mouth odors. The toothpaste is palatable and formulated to be safe even if swallowed by the pet. The C.E. T. Dual-Ended Toothbrush features soft bristles and a long handle with reverse angle heads to enable easy application. Tapered dual ends accommodate large and small tooth surfaces and conform to a pet's mouth and teeth.

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