Simple Homemade Dog Toothpaste


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When Clementine and Winston ran out of their latest tube of store bought toothpaste, I decided to try and make their next batch to save a little money. I used a simple recipe that called for only salt, baking soda, and vegetable glycerin. I’ll admit that I was a little worried they wouldn’t like it since I didn’t add any sort of meaty flavor to it, but they loved it just as much as their old expensive stuff! Maybe I’ll treat them next time and pick up some low sodium beef broth, like the recipe suggests. One thing’s for sure, though: my days of paying an arm and a leg for dog toothpaste are over.

Do you have a pet whose teeth you brush? If so, then maybe you should give this stuff a try as well!


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by Dawn Grimes

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  • Anna A Hodge

    love this.┬ásuper glad I found your blog. totally following. you’re fabulous. if you get a second I’d love if you’d check out mine. it’s about the adventures of a former small town girl taking on the fashion world in LA. xo

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for stopping by, Anna! I’ll definitely check out your blog. ­čÖé

  • Cyn

    Thank you, I have three dogs and it get expensive like you said. Were did you get  vegetable glycerin?

  • Anonymous

    I’m pretty sure it came from amazon!

    Thanks for stopping by!