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Leba III Pet Dental Spray


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  • No side effects
  • Used by Veterinarians since 1994
  • 1-ounce bottle = 240 uses (approx. 8 months for 1 dog)
  • Simply spray once or twice daily
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 1.2 x 4.2 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0039OKN6A
  • Item model number: LEBA-LebaIII
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (217 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,389 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

As most of you know, brushing a dogs teeth can be very difficult. LEBA III, a unique dental spray for dogs and cats, balances the chemistry of the mouth to keep teeth clean and the gums healthy for the entire life of your pet, without side effects.


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Customer Reviews

This product keeps my dogs teeth clean and he loves it.
Patricia R. Pedigo
While it isn't cheap, it's far less expensive than a dental cleaning at the vet's, and much safer than the dog undergoing general anesthesia.
Island Livin'
After using two sprays twice a day for just a week, my dog's breath was noticeably better.
L. Colburn

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

69 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Chris B. on August 10, 2010
I have 2 dogs, one of whom had very dirty teeth. I started using the Leba III as indicated (2x/day) and the results were amazing. The dog with the worst plaque showed a significant improvement, and the other dog with moderate plaque was almost plaque-free. My husband and I couldn't believe how much change had occurred in just 2 weeks. Now we are on a once-a-day regimen and their teeth keep improving. I really can recommend it!
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55 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Sheila on March 29, 2013
While the ingredients in Leba III are natural, a small percentage of humans are known to have had serious allergic reactions to taking these ingredients on their own for various reasons.

Apparently these rare allergic reactions can also occur in dogs.

I put my Rat Terrier on Leba III twice a day. Soon after his face began to swell in the neck and cheek area. The swelling increased very quickly, and I was afraid that it was a tumor. It had grown to the size of a baseball. The vet used a syringe to get some cells for analysis, but it came back inconclusive.

I went ahead with a full biopsy. During the healing period I stopped using Leba III so that it would not mix with the antibiotics. He appeared to be healing quite well. Then one day his stitches opened up fully. There had been a large collection of fluid inside that was stopping the wound from healing from the inside out.

I took him an emergency vet who stitched him back up. The fluid, which we thought was serum, continued to drain, so a draining tube was added. Once the draining tube was removed, the fluid had no where left to go so it began to seep right through the skin of his neck.

The first biopsy came back negative for everything except inflammation.

After a few more weeks of healing, he was looking pretty good. I started him back on the Leba III, never even considering the possibly of an allergy to it. My dog's face began to swell again, and fluid began to seep through the skin once more.

Additionally, the swelling had moved over his throat and he began to have trouble breathing. I took him to the emergency vet in the middle of the night, and he had nothing to suggest.

I took him off the Leba III because he ended up back on antibiotics.
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57 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Karen on April 21, 2011
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I've tried various "natural" dental products for my two small dogs. All the products I've tried promise more than what we've actually experienced. Every night without fail both my dogs go through a grooming ritual that includes brushing teeth. They are mostly cooperative except when it comes to brushing so, I tried Leba III. I did "exactly" as instructed and while it helped with their breath my Papillon did get some tartar on his gum line and it didn't whiten their teeth so, we are back to brushing nightly and using the spray. I'm a fanatic when it comes to dental hygiene because of the risk involved in putting them under anesthesia for professional cleaning and the cost. Bottom line, too expensive for results the other products I've used worked about the same for less $$$.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Alex Paine on October 31, 2012
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So, my dog is about 8 pounds. He's a toy poodle and he's turning 10 years old on May 10th, 2013... Anyway, I chose this product because there were a lot of positive reviews and it seemed like a great option to be able to clean my dogs teeth by just spraying them especially since he's so difficult when it comes to things going near his face (ie/ toothbrush with toothpaste)...

The instructions were to do one spray if under 50 pounds and two sprays if over 50 pounds, once per day to maintain clean teeth but you can start out doing it twice a day to get the teeth cleaned. I did one spray twice a day for maybe four days and I have to say that the results were amazing!!! His teeth were sparkly white and his breathe didn't smell anymore. I was so happy with this product, however on the fourth day, my dog started vomiting and then had a seizure... This was honestly the scariest thing I've ever witnessed and rushed my dog to the vet. The vet wasn't sure what actually happened since he wasn't there, but he gave some meds for the vomiting. He told me that maybe leba wasn't the cause of his reaction but to stop using it until my dog was healthy again. Anyway, fast forward maybe 10 days... My dog was off his meds, no more vomiting or diarrhea. I decided to give this thing one more shot since it worked so well and honestly seemed like a miracle. Turns out, I think that his reaction was from the leba iii because maybe half hour after I sprayed his mouth, he vomited and later that night, he had diarrhea :(. I unfortunately, cannot use this on him anymore for fear of his personl well-being but if it weren't for the side effects, I would be a huge supporter...

I think that this product will get the results promised, but I don't know how safe it is...
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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By jenkent on October 26, 2010
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I have a 4 year old dog that has never had his teeth cleaned. Took him to the vet and got an estimate on what it would cost to have them cleaned. After hearing all the additional options/tests I could have done to make sure my dog was healthy enough to put under anethesia I started to really get worried. My friend told me about this spray she had seen in the magazine. After I did some research I went ahead and ordered it. If it didn't work, well it wouldn't have been the first thing I've ordered that didn't work. To my surprise it does work! I spray it twice a day into my dog's mouth and it has only been 4 weeks and it's quite a change! I'm so glad I came across this. I would definately recommend trying this before putting your dog under anethesia to get their teeth cleaned. My dog actually does not mind this at all and he is one to put up a fight usually on anything having to do with his face or ear area.
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