Brush Tuggy™ Dental Play Tool – The Fun Way To Brush Your Dog’s Teeth!
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Ships from California via USPS standard (3-5 business days). International Orders. Expedited Shipping Available.To receive this item on or before Dec. 24th, please order by 12/17/2019 (for customers outside the USA, we cannot guarantee that this item will arrive by 12/24)
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This natural rubber dental play tool is the fun way to clean your dog’s teeth!
We developed the revolutionary Brush Tuggy to encourage your dog to scrub his own teeth through play! Brush Tuggy is an easy tooth cleaning routine your dog will really enjoy. Allow your dog to use the Brush Tuggy for 3 minutes at a time under your supervision for healthier teeth!
Pair it with your favorite pet safe toothpaste to get a good brushing in without your dog even knowing it. Designed to let your dog chew and tug, instinctively cleaning his teeth. You can play with your dog or let your pup have a good chew on their own. Dogs love the feeling as well as getting to play with their human – and it’s good for them, too!
- Made from natural, durable pet-safe rubber
- Non-toxic, eco-friendly
- Grinds away plaque and loosens tartar in hard to reach places
- Dishwasher safe (top rack) for easy cleaning
Great for dogs weighing 25 lbs. and up.
If your dog is smaller, check out the Brite Bite.
Instructions: Use with or without pet-safe toothpaste. Peanut butter, coconut oil, or other pet-safe spreadable foods can be applied to the exterior to encourage your dog. We recommend up to 3 minutes of play at a time. Always supervise your dog while using and only use pet-safe toothpaste.
Measurements: 6 1/2″ in length, bite area is 3″ in width, handle is 5″ in width
Material: Natural rubber (raw material from Rubber Trees)
While this chewing brush is durable, always use caution and supervise your dog, especially when introducing anything new. Remove any pieces that may have broken off, and discard. Do not allow your dog to swallow large pieces.