2-Pack pet toothbrushes

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What you buy

  • Curved head specially designed to better reach all teeth in the animal’s oral cavity
  • Compact head for effective, more pleasant brushing
  • Two formats available: Small Dog or Cat and Large Dog
  • The handle of the toothbrush is 100% compostable and biodegradable. It is made of bamboo.
  • The bristles of the OLA Bamboo toothbrush are made of high-quality nylon for better brushing.
  • According to some studies, bamboo has natural antimicrobial properties.
  • Made from FSC certified bamboo to ensure best practices in managing responsible forests
  • The packaging is also recyclable or compostable by your city.
  • Bamboo cultivation is done without using pesticides or insecticides
  • Bamboo forests absorb 35% more CO2 than a regular mixed forest
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9,99$

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What you buy

  • Curved head specially designed to better reach all teeth in the animal’s oral cavity
  • Compact head for effective, more pleasant brushing
  • Two formats available: Small Dog or Cat and Large Dog
  • The handle of the toothbrush is 100% compostable and biodegradable. It is made of bamboo.
  • The bristles of the OLA Bamboo toothbrush are made of high-quality nylon for better brushing.
  • According to some studies, bamboo has natural antimicrobial properties.
  • Made from FSC certified bamboo to ensure best practices in managing responsible forests
  • The packaging is also recyclable or compostable by your city.
  • Bamboo cultivation is done without using pesticides or insecticides
  • Bamboo forests absorb 35% more CO2 than a regular mixed forest
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The OLA Bamboo’s toothbrush for Dog / Cat is an eco-friendly choice that’s also a good choice for your pet’s dental health. Eighty-five percent of cats and dogs will experience dental problems in their lives, including gum infections, plaque, tartar, bacteria, or even gingivitis. The first sign of an issue is often bad breath—and one in two pet owners thinks that his or her animal sometimes has bad breath. By brushing their teeth regularly, you will be able to help them avoid a lot of issues. In the long run, bacteria from tartar can pass into the blood and spread to organs, which can cause heart or kidney failure.
It’s worth taking just thirty seconds to brush your furry friend’s teeth every day or at least two to three times a week.

Find out how to successfully brush your pet’s teeth using our Dog toothbrush / Cat toothbrush here.
[Readmore…]

Your toothbrush should always air dry.

Let your toothbrush dry before putting it in a travel case.

We do not recommend storing your toothbrush in a closed drawer or cabinet.

To Know more tap here.

Once your toothbrush has reached the end of its lifespan (it should be changed every 3–4 months) simply pull out the bristles using pliers or break the head before putting the handle in the compost. The rest goes in the trash. You can also reuse the handle as a stake to support a plant, identify your plants in the garden or start your campfire. Give free rein to your imagination.

Click here to view all our products.

You can even visit our nearest store. Click here to find out.

How do OLA Bamboo products have a positive effect on the environment?

Every year, more than 4.9 billion plastic toothbrushes, billions of straws and disposable plastic utensils end up in garbage dumps and various natural environments around the world. All this plastic takes about 500 years to decompose. Even when it does decompose, its chemical composition remains intact and the entire plastic substance remains in the environment for centuries longer. A lot of this plastic is found in the oceans where it is ingested by birds and fish. Approximately 90% of seabirds have ingested plastic. Bamboo is the main element used in the manufacture of the OLA Bamboo toothbrush. This 100% natural and 100% biodegradable material replaces plastic, a substance very commonly used for the manufacture of conventional toothbrushes. OLA Bamboo utensils are made of 100% birch and straws are made of 100% bamboo. Since bamboo is a plant and birch is a tree, they decompose naturally in the environment. In short, when you dispose of your OLA Bamboo toothbrush, utensils or straws, in whatever way you do so, you help eliminate unnecessary plastic in the environment by replacing it with bamboo or wood, which break down naturally.

Bamboo is the main material used in the manufacture of the OLA Bamboo toothbrush. This 100% natural and 100% compostable plant replaces plastic. Because bamboo is a tree, it decomposes naturally in the environment. By purchasing an OLA Bamboo toothbrush, you help eliminate unnecessary plastic in the environment.

Is a bamboo toothbrush is different from a plastic toothbrush when it comes to cleaning our teeth?

The quality of brushing remains the same, regardless of the type of material used to make the handle. Good tooth brushing depends more on the bristles, the head of the toothbrush, and the proper brushing technique.

What is the difference between biodegradable and compostable?

There are two categories of compostable products: those that break down in a home compost system and those that decompose in an industrial compost system (e.g. a city compost). Products described as compostable will break down naturally as they are usually made of organic materials (e.g. plants).

The term biodegradable is not always well defined. It refers to any material that will decompose in nature after a certain number of years. However, there is no clear definition of the time frame needed for a product to decompose; moreover, a product can change shape but retain its chemical composition (e.g. biodegradable plastic bags).

Is the OLA Bamboo toothbrush is 100% compostable?

Only the handle of our toothbrush is 100% compostable, not the bristles.

At the present time, the only toothbrushes that are 100% compostable have bristles that are made of pig hair. To source the pig hair, pigs are slaughtered and their hair is removed and processed into bristles. We figured, who really wants to brush their teeth with pig hair anyway? That said, we are currently working to develop a 100% compostable toothbrush made from plants.

Why you need to brush your Dog's teeth?
Eighty-five percent of cats and dogs experience dental problems in their lives, including gum infections, plaque, tartar, bacteria, or even gingivitis. By brushing their teeth regularly, you will be able to help them avoid a lot of issues. In the long run, bacteria from tartar can pass into the blood and spread to organs, which can cause heart or kidney failure.
Why to choose bamboo toothbrush for your pet?
Bamboo toothbrushes are antimicrobial. While cleaning your teeth, they fight microbes to the possible level of perfection. Their durability and strength makes them an excellent choice. While brushing, canines bite, and play, they’ll be safe with this natural product and have fun!
How often do you need to brush your dog's teeth?
At least 3 or 4 times per week is recommended to prevent serious dental disease.
How to brush my dog's teeth?
First, start by getting them accustomed to having their muzzle handled… Next, run your finger over their teeth, still following up with a treat….. When they are used to your finger, you can go ahead with a toothbrush… You’ll see, it’s not so bad. Click here to read in detail.

10 reviews for 2-Pack pet toothbrushes

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    Evelyn

    Good handle and easy on my dog’s gums.

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    Carol

    Finally found the right eco-friendly brush for my small cat. My cat loves to chew on bristles.

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    Richard

    I have 2 small puppies, and this toothbrush is perfect for their size.

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    Jake

    The brush is great. I bought the large size for my Rottweiler.

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    John

    I am an owner of small dog rescue. I provide dental care to dozens of dogs. The bristles are soft enough to remove food particles from teeth and the spaces inbetween, without aggravating gum tissue.

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    Jackson

    I bought this for my cat after I found that he got some mild gingivitis on his teeth. I have been using the bamboo toothbrush myself for a while now so I bought the bamboo toothbrush for him a well. He resists brushing but let me brush enough.

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    Lincoln

    I have Yorkshire Terrier and it has been difficult to find a quality toothbrush for its little mouth. I bought the small size and so far happy with the purchase. Would recommend it.

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    Cooper

    Nice, sturdy and I like that it is not plastic.

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    Sawyer

    Perfect small size toothbrush for my cat. The handle is also the right size. The brushing experience is way better than the finger toothbrush

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    Graham

    I like that there is an earth-friendly option for pets as well. My dog didn’t resist brushing so I can say he liked it.

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Why buy?

The OLA Bamboo’s toothbrush for Dog / Cat is an eco-friendly choice that’s also a good choice for your pet’s dental health. Eighty-five percent of cats and dogs will experience dental problems in their lives, including gum infections, plaque, tartar, bacteria, or even gingivitis. The first sign of an issue is often bad breath—and one in two pet owners thinks that his or her animal sometimes has bad breath. By brushing their teeth regularly, you will be able to help them avoid a lot of issues. In the long run, bacteria from tartar can pass into the blood and spread to organs, which can cause heart or kidney failure.
It’s worth taking just thirty seconds to brush your furry friend’s teeth every day or at least two to three times a week.

Find out how to successfully brush your pet’s teeth using our Dog toothbrush / Cat toothbrush here.
[Readmore…]
Use and Maintenance

Your toothbrush should always air dry.

Let your toothbrush dry before putting it in a travel case.

We do not recommend storing your toothbrush in a closed drawer or cabinet.

To Know more tap here.

How to dispose

Once your toothbrush has reached the end of its lifespan (it should be changed every 3–4 months) simply pull out the bristles using pliers or break the head before putting the handle in the compost. The rest goes in the trash. You can also reuse the handle as a stake to support a plant, identify your plants in the garden or start your campfire. Give free rein to your imagination.

Click here to view all our products.

You can even visit our nearest store. Click here to find out.

FAQ
How do OLA Bamboo products have a positive effect on the environment?

Every year, more than 4.9 billion plastic toothbrushes, billions of straws and disposable plastic utensils end up in garbage dumps and various natural environments around the world. All this plastic takes about 500 years to decompose. Even when it does decompose, its chemical composition remains intact and the entire plastic substance remains in the environment for centuries longer. A lot of this plastic is found in the oceans where it is ingested by birds and fish. Approximately 90% of seabirds have ingested plastic. Bamboo is the main element used in the manufacture of the OLA Bamboo toothbrush. This 100% natural and 100% biodegradable material replaces plastic, a substance very commonly used for the manufacture of conventional toothbrushes. OLA Bamboo utensils are made of 100% birch and straws are made of 100% bamboo. Since bamboo is a plant and birch is a tree, they decompose naturally in the environment. In short, when you dispose of your OLA Bamboo toothbrush, utensils or straws, in whatever way you do so, you help eliminate unnecessary plastic in the environment by replacing it with bamboo or wood, which break down naturally.

Bamboo is the main material used in the manufacture of the OLA Bamboo toothbrush. This 100% natural and 100% compostable plant replaces plastic. Because bamboo is a tree, it decomposes naturally in the environment. By purchasing an OLA Bamboo toothbrush, you help eliminate unnecessary plastic in the environment.

Is a bamboo toothbrush is different from a plastic toothbrush when it comes to cleaning our teeth?

The quality of brushing remains the same, regardless of the type of material used to make the handle. Good tooth brushing depends more on the bristles, the head of the toothbrush, and the proper brushing technique.

What is the difference between biodegradable and compostable?

There are two categories of compostable products: those that break down in a home compost system and those that decompose in an industrial compost system (e.g. a city compost). Products described as compostable will break down naturally as they are usually made of organic materials (e.g. plants).

The term biodegradable is not always well defined. It refers to any material that will decompose in nature after a certain number of years. However, there is no clear definition of the time frame needed for a product to decompose; moreover, a product can change shape but retain its chemical composition (e.g. biodegradable plastic bags).

Is the OLA Bamboo toothbrush is 100% compostable?

Only the handle of our toothbrush is 100% compostable, not the bristles.

At the present time, the only toothbrushes that are 100% compostable have bristles that are made of pig hair. To source the pig hair, pigs are slaughtered and their hair is removed and processed into bristles. We figured, who really wants to brush their teeth with pig hair anyway? That said, we are currently working to develop a 100% compostable toothbrush made from plants.

Why you need to brush your Dog's teeth?
Eighty-five percent of cats and dogs experience dental problems in their lives, including gum infections, plaque, tartar, bacteria, or even gingivitis. By brushing their teeth regularly, you will be able to help them avoid a lot of issues. In the long run, bacteria from tartar can pass into the blood and spread to organs, which can cause heart or kidney failure.
Why to choose bamboo toothbrush for your pet?
Bamboo toothbrushes are antimicrobial. While cleaning your teeth, they fight microbes to the possible level of perfection. Their durability and strength makes them an excellent choice. While brushing, canines bite, and play, they’ll be safe with this natural product and have fun!
How often do you need to brush your dog's teeth?
At least 3 or 4 times per week is recommended to prevent serious dental disease.
How to brush my dog's teeth?
First, start by getting them accustomed to having their muzzle handled… Next, run your finger over their teeth, still following up with a treat….. When they are used to your finger, you can go ahead with a toothbrush… You’ll see, it’s not so bad. Click here to read in detail.
Reviews (10)

10 reviews for 2-Pack pet toothbrushes

  1. Avatar

    Evelyn

    Good handle and easy on my dog’s gums.

  2. Avatar

    Carol

    Finally found the right eco-friendly brush for my small cat. My cat loves to chew on bristles.

  3. Avatar

    Richard

    I have 2 small puppies, and this toothbrush is perfect for their size.

  4. Avatar

    Jake

    The brush is great. I bought the large size for my Rottweiler.

  5. Avatar

    John

    I am an owner of small dog rescue. I provide dental care to dozens of dogs. The bristles are soft enough to remove food particles from teeth and the spaces inbetween, without aggravating gum tissue.

  6. Avatar

    Jackson

    I bought this for my cat after I found that he got some mild gingivitis on his teeth. I have been using the bamboo toothbrush myself for a while now so I bought the bamboo toothbrush for him a well. He resists brushing but let me brush enough.

  7. Avatar

    Lincoln

    I have Yorkshire Terrier and it has been difficult to find a quality toothbrush for its little mouth. I bought the small size and so far happy with the purchase. Would recommend it.

  8. Avatar

    Cooper

    Nice, sturdy and I like that it is not plastic.

  9. Avatar

    Sawyer

    Perfect small size toothbrush for my cat. The handle is also the right size. The brushing experience is way better than the finger toothbrush

  10. Avatar

    Graham

    I like that there is an earth-friendly option for pets as well. My dog didn’t resist brushing so I can say he liked it.

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