Travel Animal Doctor: The BiteNBrush™ Toothbrush Design

Travel Animal Doctor: The BiteNBrush™ Toothbrush Design

Word of a new, revolutionary dog and cat toothbrush to brush my dog’s teeth has received my full attention. -Travel Animal Doctor The bristle and toothbrush designs appear to adapt to the construction of the animal’s teeth rather than against the normal dentition and jaw. Using my current pet toothbrush, a derivative of human toothbrushes (1-sided with flat bristles), can sometimes be a challenge to get full contact on every nook and cranny of the teeth. The following are my opinions of five toothbrush designs, the last being the design of this brand new patent-pending product called the BiteNBrush™. Other Toothbrush Designs: 1) The longer handle, 1-sided toothbrush The longer handle is a necessary adaptation for a dog’s mouth. The one sided bristles do well to brush the outside surface of the teeth. It can be a struggle to adequately brush the inside, lingual surface of the teeth (the surface by the tongue). Jade, my dog, bites down on the toothbrush making it more difficult to brush away plaque on the inner tooth wall. Although long handles provide distance from the bite, unfortunately they also create unnecessary fulcrum, rocking the brush on every bite and making the task more difficult. 2) The longer handle, 2-sided toothbrush These toothbrushes are similar to the regular toothbrush in dogs. The handle is long so that you can reach the back teeth easily. The end with the big brush does well getting the full surface of a tooth. Two different size brushes on each end does allow you to effectively brush a dog’s teeth. However, there is still that struggle of your dog...
Want a Cheap Pet-Friendly Vacation? -Travel Animal Doctor

Want a Cheap Pet-Friendly Vacation? -Travel Animal Doctor

Learn to be a good houseguest and you are sure to be welcomed back anytime by your family. -Travel Animal Doctor If you would like to see a quick veterinary list of 6 things to remember when your pet is a houseguest, see “A Cheap Pet-Friendly Vacation: Veterinary Version” The Story. The bird song is in the morning air, early spring bloomers are starting to pop up, and the temperatures are creeping up ever so slowly even in the Midwest. Spring is here according to the calendar, and we are in the midst of spring break season. Before we know it summer will be here, and so will peak travel time! Planning a vacation is fun and exciting. Who doesn’t want to go somewhere exotic and adventurous, yet safe and peaceful all at the same time? There are endless possibilities from cruises, to guided bicycle trips, to backpacking across France! How about a week at Disney or an exclusive resort in Puerto Rico? Oh, yeah, you have a budget. The Compromise. Okay, maybe this year’s summer pet-friendly adventures will be visiting Aunt Stella in Chattanooga, TN for a long weekend, and your younger brother Tony in Hershey, PA for a week. It could be worse. Aunt Stella has always told you that you are more than welcome to stay in her mountainside home. Her place does offer good views of the area, and it is very peaceful on her back deck. You haven’t seen your brother Tony since he graduated from college two years ago and he does live within a few miles of that famous chocolate factory which has...
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