11 thoughts on “Use It, I Dare You To Use It”

  1. Gene H.
    1, November 19, 2013 at 11:39 am
    I’m just really impressed Rex could reach his back teeth without benefit of thumbs.

    i can think of one way, but how he can keep his sphincter clenched while bending like that is beyond me.

  2. AY,
    Dog dental hygiene is very important, but it is tough to get those teeth clean if the subject is unwilling. I have never been successful in brushing my dog’s teeth. This pup does not seem to be too happy over the tooth brushing issue!

  3. Jim,
    They might have less harmful bacteria, but I know what my dog spends his time licking 😉 I’d bin the toothbrush

  4. I don’t know about that, but I do know the enamel on a dog or cat’s teeth is much thinner than humans. That’s why regular people toothpaste should never be used. Only use toothpaste made for critters on your pet.

  5. it is my understanding that a dogs mouth has 35% less harmful bacteria than a humans mouth.

  6. We have the same carpet, sans the toothbrush and beagle, in our clubhouse here at the marina. That dog looks like Freddie.

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