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Safe toothpaste for dogs

I have spent the last 4 hours looking on line for a toothpaste for my Havi that is safe without any ingredients that are not toxic. It seems that each one I find has 1 or 2 ingredients that are not safe for dogs, as per google searches.

Does anyone have any suggestions or recommendations on what is good to use? I get his teeth cleaned annually, however, I want to start doing it at home too. I use to use the Mercola gel, however, I have researched and it contains carrageenan,

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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I use C.E.T. Poultry flavor toothpaste.
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I don't see where Mercola contains carrageenan, ?

https://media.mercola.com/Assets/PDF...al-gel-web.pdf

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I use https://www.chewy.com/oratene-brushl...care/dp/106162

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Dr. Judy Morgan dental drops. or you can just use coconut oil. or both.



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I just started alternating recently between a toothpaste from the pet store (that is probably not healthy) and coconut oil. The coconut oil I read about here. When he needs a little more work on his teeth I use the coconut oil because heíll let me in his mouth longer since he loves the taste.

I just assumed the ingredients in toothpaste were pretty standard but someone else brought it up recently, too. Iíll have to check out the suggestions from this thread.
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