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We designed a unique structure of our DenTeeth bone to make sure it is user-friendly and efficient to use at the same time. Furthermore, since DenTeeth-bone is a consumable product and eating too many DenTeeth-bones might have some negative impacts on the dog's health, we construct a model using reinforcement learning to give the best feeding frequency of DenTeeth-bone.
We designed DenTeeth-bone into two main structures, the comb-like shape one and the elliptical cylinder one. The comb-like shape is to increases the contacting area, which can improve the efficiency of using DenTeeth-bone. The elliptical cylinder structure is made as a grip for the owner to hold DenTeeth-bone tightly when the dog is chewing on the comb-like structure.
We recommend the owner to hold on to the elliptical cylinder structure when feeding DenTeeth-bone, this will help the dogs' teeth rub more with the DenTeeth-bone and increase the cleaning effect. After the dog ate up the comb-like structure, the owner can unloose the grip and let the dog consume the elliptical cylinder part happily.
Precise feeding of DenTeeth-bone
Since DenTeeth-bone is a consumable product and eating too many DenTeeth-bones might have some negative impacts on the dog's health, we have to calculate the best frequency of using DenTeeth-bone.
However, because the oral environment in different dogs fit different conditions, it will be difficult to figure out the best frequency of using DenTeeth-bones for different dogs.
To achieve the goal, we constructed the reinforcement learning model. The goal of the model is to use the least DenTeeth-bones to achieve the best effect of sterilization.
The model will calculate the best frequency of feeding and tell the user when should they feed DenTeeth-bone. By this model, the DenTeeth-bones we produce can be successfully applied to all types of dogs.