Anyone who owns a dog knows the effort and time it takes to care for their favorite furry friend, they rely on us to keep them healthy and safe. However, one aspect of canine health that is often dismissed is their dental hygiene. Gum disease is a significant problem for our dogs, in fact it is estimated that 80 percent of dogs have periodontal disease by the age of two. Not only does gum disease result in bad breath, but pain, trouble eating and a variety of other medical issues can arise. Most people think that only giving their dog crunchy dental treats or sprays will treat and prevent gum disease and keep a dog's teeth cleaned. While sprays and treats can help treat dental conditions, not all teeth can be cleaned this way. This is why Zututh, the only toothbrush designed specifically to fit the shape of a dog's jaw, was developed.
Developed by an oral surgeon, Zututh understands the importance of maintaining healthy dental hygiene in dogs. We also understand the challenges owners and their dogs face in achieving their goals. Prior to Zututh, the only toothbrushes available for dogs were human toothbrushes with a dog logo. Zututh's "Z" shaped brush allows dog owners, veterinarians and groomers to reach the upper back molars easily and more effectively. Zututh can also be used on other teeth, but the focus is the difficult-to-reach areas that are more prone to tartar build-up. Zututh's two-tandem brush cleans more teeth at once, therefore decreasing brushing time. Zututh's handle is thicker to allow for an easier, sturdier grip.
Zututh is available in two styles:
The Zututh Breeze Electric Toothbrush:
$12.99 MSRP and is available in small, medium and large.
The classic Zututh manual style,
$6.99 MSRP available in small, medium and large