Toothpaste for dogs and cats with colloidal silver and tea tree oil

Toothpaste for dogs and cats with colloidal silver and tea tree oil

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Traumapet
Normal price
€16.95
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€16.95
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€22.60Per 100ml
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Toothpaste for dogs and cats with colloidal silver and tea tree oil

  • Dosage form: Paste
  • Pack size: 75 ml

Our animals' mouths deserve just as much care as our mouths. With the TraumaPet® toothpaste you can care for your teeth and gums.

With the practical finger toothbrush you can brush precisely and reach all areas of the gums. The long 2-sided toothbrush with two different bristles helps to reach all areas of the teeth and remove food residue. 

The toothpaste helps animals, among other things:

🐾 Tartar

🐾 Dental plaque

🐾 Irritated gums

🐾 Foul smelling breath

Reviews of Traumapet toothpaste:

“The dogs’ bad breath has really improved since we started using the toothpaste.”  

“I use TraumaPet toothpaste for my dog ​​Spike. It helps against bad breath and keeps the gums healthy.”

Additional Information:

The small abrasive particles in toothpaste help remove plaque and aid in the treatment of gum disease. The toothpaste contains, among other things, the active ingredient NanoComplex®, which has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects.

Thanks to the light meaty taste, brushing your pet's teeth will be a pleasant experience.

The product is suitable for all types of pets.

Recommended use:

Dogs' oral hygiene must be maintained regularly, ideally by brushing their teeth regularly.

Apply a small amount of toothpaste to the toothbrush. Start brushing from an easily accessible part of the teeth, such as the front of the mouth. B. on the canines. If the animal remains calm, you can extend the brushing to the end of the row of teeth. In this video you can see how the toothpaste is used on a dog.   

  • Preventive Application: 2 brush up to 3 times a week
  • If you have red gums or bad breath: Brush once or twice a day. If the situation does not improve within a few days, you should consult a veterinarian.