Can a dog brush her own teeth? Until now, I would have said no to that, but now I found a way! We get our teeth brushed every night before bed, and we get good things like bully sticks and bones to chew on, but sometimes a girl wants to brush during the day. The product that found us lets us brush whenever we would like.
My GBGV Life received the Bristly in this post to review. My GBGV Life receives no additional benefits for barking about Bristly. The opinions in this review are the honest opinion of My GBGV Life. Bristly is not responsible for the contents of this post.
At our house, my sisters and I all love to chew things. We don’t destroy anything, but we like our bones, antlers, etc. Olivia is coming out of teething and really loves chewing. When Bristly asked us if we would like to test out their DIY toothbrush for dogs, we howled out a big yes! We post about the importance of dental health several times a year, and this is a great tool to keep dog chompers in top shape!
See all the bristle lined grooves? When a pup chews on the Bristly, these bristles work on scrubbing the teeth from all sides! Each side of the Bristly is different, so all your teeth get worked over.
What makes Bristly different from other chews is that you fill it with tasty dog toothpaste through the hole in the top. All you need is an amount about the size of a quarter. As the dog chews, the toothpaste releases slowly into the bristles. I know we love the taste of our toothpaste, which makes chewing this tool even more appealing to dogs. We asked, and you can use your normal dog toothpaste, or they sell their own, special for the Bristly.
The Bristly comes in four different sizes to cover all dogs out there. Olivia is so thrilled with it, she tried to jump up on the sink to grab it. The toothpaste dispenses in small amounts, making it safe to use just about anywhere your dog feels like brushing her teeth.
Bailie prefers the comfort of bed for brushing. At six, teeth brushing is a well ingrained pre-bedtime routine.
I’m happy as a clam to chew on it on the floor. It has the stabilizing paw pads on the bottom to make it easy for us dogs to hold on to. Of course, I prefer to hold it sideways, but it still works just fine for me.
Olivia is really crazy about the Bristly and doesn’t ever want to give it up. She really works it hard, so the paw stabilizers are just right for her!
My sisters and I give the Bristly twelve paws up! If you are asking yourself, “can a dog brush her own teeth”, give one a try and see for yourself. They are available right on the Bristly website! I think we might need two more because fights may break out if we only have one to share!
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