It's a great time to tackle your dog's bad breath problems
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It's a great time to tackle your dog's bad breath problems

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You’ve probably been spending more time around your dog lately, and during all that co-working you might have noticed a very stinky problem. If your dog’s breath isn’t smelling so fresh lately, now is the perfect time to tackle the problem. This Arm & Hammer kit will get you started.

Everything You Need for Dog Dental Care

Brushing your dog’s teeth on a regular basis can help prevent major health problems, infections, and pricey vet bills down the line, but not all dogs are eager about this daily ritual. This Arm & Hammer dog dental care kit has everything you need to get your pup excited about daily brushing. The kit contains a small finger brush for little dogs or front teeth, and a long reaching two headed brush to get to hard to reach molars. Before long, the beef flavored toothpaste will feel like a special treat.

Dog Tarter Control

Tarter buildup is a common problem among dogs, and it can lead to some seriously stinky breath. This enzymatic tartar control toothpaste is infused with baking soda and reduces brown buildup, eliminates bad breath, and whitens your dog’s teeth over time. The natural ingredients are safe and healthy for dogs.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers love this dog-safe toothpaste giving it an average of 4.2 out of 5 stars with more than 2,600 ratings. Customers noticed a huge improvement after just a couple weeks of brushing. They said their dog’s gums looked healthier and their teeth looked whiter. They also noticed a huge improvement in the smell of their dog’s breath.

Arm & Hammer Dog Dental Tartar Control Kit available from Amazon


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