Healthy Teeth & Gums Toothpaste

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Did you know, 3 out of 4 dogs over the age of 3 have active dental disease?

A delicious peanut butter flavour, rich in natural anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory ingredients. Our easy to use, natural enzymatic toothpaste helps prevent the build-up of plaque and tartar.

With Aloe Vera, Calendula & Sage to provide nourishment and conditioning for gum health & freshen breath in dogs.

Always read the label. Natural toothpaste for dogs. For further advice or directions, contact your veterinarian or animal health professional. For animal consumption only. Store below 30 C in a cool, dry place, out of sunlight.


Product information

Directions: Apply a pearl sized drop onto a soft toothbrush of your choice. Gently brush all teeth in a slow circular motion. For best results, brush 2-3 times per week

Suitable for dogs over 12 weeks old.

Water, organic aloe vera juice, calcium carbonate, sodium bicarbonate, glycerin, xanthan gum, natural peanut butter flavour, potassium sorbate, stevia, calendula extract, sage extract
  • Hypoallergenic

  • Natural & delicious

  • No artificial fillers or preservatives

  • Grain, gluten & sugar free


The Anipal Difference

Made with researched ingredients
Suitable for all dogs
Science based specialised formula
Vet founded & developed
Australian made & owned
Hypoallergenic formula

What does the science say?

When to use

To prevent dental disease and improve dental health of your dog.

Best to start brushing your dogs teeth as a puppy over 12 weeks old to develop positive behaviour.

If this is your dogs first time brushing, make sure you introduce it slowly and make teeth brushing a positive experience.

For best results, brush 2-3 times per week.

Feeding Guide

Apply a pearl sized drop onto a soft toothbrush of your choice. Gently brush all teeth in a slow circular motion. For best results, brush 2-3 times per week.

Suitable for dogs over 12 weeks old.

Ingredients & Typical Analysis
Active ingredients  Amount per tsp (3 g) 
Flaxseed powder  2.6g
Ashwagandha root  450mg
Chamomile  480mg
Inulin  240mg
Valerian root  210mg
B. longum  3 billion CFU


Earth-Friendly & Sustainable


Dr Steph Stubbe

Anipal was founded by Veterinarian
Dr Steph Stubbe, as a vehicle to rethink and redesign the everyday things we use in the vet and pet industry to enable pet owners to drive positive, sustainable change.


How long will one bottle of Anipal Healthy Teeth & Gums Toothpaste last?

Depending on how often you brush your dog's teeth, one Anipal bottle will last 2-3 months.

Does Anipal Healthy Teeth & Gums Toothpaste contain peanut butter?

No, our toothpaste can be used by owners and dogs with peanut butter allergies, as it does not contain peanut butter but instead includes a natural peanut butter flavour.

How do I start brushing my dog's teeth?

We recommend you start familarising your dog with brushing their teeth when they are a puppy. Try making it as fun and enjoyable as possible and they will learn to love the one-on-one time with you!
Here are a few tips to make it easier. We recommend you do this process over a few weeks to familiarise your dog with the steps:
1. First put a dollop of toothpaste on your fingers and let your dog lick it off.
2. When your dog is feeling comfortable see if you can rub your finger with some toothpaste, gently over your dog's teeth.
3. When your dog is feeling comfortable, next let them lick some toothpaste from a soft toothbrush.
4. Let your dog become familiar with the toothbrush. When they are calm, start trying to brush your dog's teeth with the toothpaste. Only try this for a short time and make it as enjoyable as possible by giving your dog lots of pats and encouraging words.

What toothbrush or other tools should I use to brush my dogs teeth?

When first brushing your dog's teeth, we recommend getting a small soft child toothbrush. As your dog becomes more familiar with the process, you can move to an adult soft toothbrush.

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