Daily toothbrushing is the best at-home method for maintaining good dental health for cats and dogs.
Virbac offers a complete line of specially designed toothbrushes aimed at making it easy and effective for cat and dog owners to care for their pet’s teeth as part of their daily routines. Find which one is right for you:
Designed with a small head, reverse angle and soft bristles. The C.E.T. Pet Toothbrush accommodates a smaller mouth to allow for easy application, increased pet comfort and acceptance. This toothbrush works well with small and toy breed dogs and some cats. Available in assorted colors, individually or in a 24-count dispenser.
Specially designed for use in cats and small dogs. Features a small end and fingertip-design brush with soft bristles to make it easier for pet owners to use and more comfortable for pets. Use daily to help maintain proper oral hygiene. Available with trial-size packet of C.E.T. Enzymatic Toothpaste (12 g—poultry flavored).
An ideal beginner toothbrush for pet owners to help acquaint cats and dogs with the toothbrushing experience. Helps remove plaque from tooth surface. Convenient design and excellent pet acceptance help ensure pet owner compliance with daily brushing regimen. Made of durable, dishwasher-safe material. Packaged with trial-size packet of C.E.T. Enzymatic Toothpaste (12 g—poultry flavored).
Features a long handle with reverse angles to allow easy application. Tapered end conforms to pet’s mouth and teeth. Dual-ended for large and small tooth surfaces. Soft bristles ensure a gentle, well-tolerated application. Available in assorted colors, each brush is individually packaged.
Is specially designed for the feline mouth. The brush is soft, gentle, and easy to use. Long, soft bristles with a pointed tuft make it possible to brush a cat’s hard-to-reach back teeth. Also contains a 12 g trial packet of poultry flavored toothpaste.
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