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Omega Paw Dog Dental Ring Solutions, 3-Pack, Small

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  • Lets your dog brush its own teeth
  • Polishing paper layers brush dog's teeth to the gum line
  • Removes plaque and tartar preventing gum disease
  • Great for small to medium sized dogs
  • Toothpaste helps to freshen breath
  • Dental Ring has many polishing paper layers that brush your dog's teeth as they chew
  • Your dog is able to brush their own teeth with the Dental Ring to help prevent plaque and tartar build up
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Product Description

Inside each dental ring there are many layers of polishing paper that brush your dogs teeth as they chew. Simply give your dog a Dental Ring and watch them brush their own teeth.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 7 x 10 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00427ZEL2
  • Item model number: DRSMS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,852 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Crystal on November 6, 2010
When we adopted our older rescue corgi, he had dental issues - plaque, gingivitis, and gum disease (yes, dogs get them too). Our vet said dental health is the single largest predictor of how long a pet will live, and judging by the teeth, we had adopted a dog that didn't have many more years under his belt. He recommended brushing the dog's teeth and adding this expensive liquid to his water. We did as directed (difficult though the brushing was) and came back expecting to hear how things had improved. He had very little improvement and I was really upset. I went to the pet store and tried out all of the pet dental items they had - different shape or forms of brushes, green dog treats, wipes for the teeth, etc. During this trip, I found and purchased my first Omega Paw rings. I was pretty dubious because my dog did not like to chew on things, but I was desperate.

He loved the rings- chewing and gnawing on them, and if I didn't take it away soon enough, shredding the paper into bits everywhere. There was an immediate improvement in his breath. I abandoned the other items except the occasional tooth brushing. We started using 2 rings per week. At the next check up, the vet could not stop talking about the improvement in our boy's teeth and praised us, saying we'd added years to his life.

Well, fast forward a few more years and our old guy is no longer with us (although he did live long enough to turn white on his face!) but we have since adopted another rescue corgi. The new guy's teeth were in great shape so stupidly, I was lax with the brushing. After about a year, I noticed his breath was getting a little bad and went on a search for the dental rings. I couldn't find them in any store or online.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Gary DeBruhl on February 13, 2014
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Not impressed.
Was not aware that the material was pasted onto cardboard. Our dogs ended up tearing it up & eating / trying to eat the cardboard. The description did not truly represent the product.

I gave it a 2 star purely for the fact the dogs loved the paste product used.

I will find an alternative product.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Liz S. on February 25, 2014
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I love the other brand and thought these would prove to be the same. NOT! Most definitely not!

I'm referring to the brand with the dentifrice surface similar to an emery board? It also had embedded chlorophyll paste but the emery surface surrounded all areas, including the inside of the ring. Well these are not those and are vastly inferior. Horrible product! Absolute waste of money!!!

That being said, they arrived today, looked them over, wasn't particularly pleased with the quality but handed them out to my three dachshunds anyway. All three are miniatures and one is just 8 wks old with milk teeth. Within the first 10 minutes the paste portion was tugged off and within 30 minutes not one ring remained intact, let alone of any use for my dog's teeth. Once they removed the paste layer, which easily pulled off with a couple of tugs, they either consumed the paste or discarded it. However, considering our puppy's age and stomach capacity, I didn't allow him to consume the paste. Once he tugged that off I threw it out.

Proceeding along ....Then each dog tore open the ring, unwinding the layers of cardboard so that each respective ring resembles a portion of a Chinese paper lantern. I even took photos as proof, but note that the [upload image] dialog box is no longer available.

Aside from the lovely mint smelling glop (described as toothpaste icing) that sits atop on one side of the ring there are no surfaces that will enable a scrubbing surface to effectively do anything for a dog's teeth. Its so called "polished" surfaces are nothing more than smooth cardboard. And that lovely smelling paste was pulled off in seconds.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. M. on April 19, 2014
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I have an old dog and she hates having her teeth clean. We struggle with her and since she is old we don't want to upset her much. I bought these rings in desperation. I was shocked with the results. Her teeth went from dark plaque to white teeth with one ring.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Pierce on May 29, 2013
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I have had these a while. I got the small dog ones but still too large for my chi. She cannot even begin to chew it. My 12lb dog can but boy is it messy. Gets little pieces of paper all over my rug. Don't like that but if dental part was on something else maybe it would have worked better for my little dogs. Oh and I have 2 left if that says anything about how I like them.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Eric R. Tipton on July 13, 2013
Large ring of cardboard with something equivalent to hardened toothpaste on it. Dog eats cardboard and ignores toothpaste part. Instructions say if any pieces come off to dispose of them and the ring. That happens IMMEDIATELY. It's CARDBOARD for ****'s sake!!! Useless. Waste of $$. Will never buy this or any other product by this co. again.
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I have two dogs and these work very well for keeping their teeth clean. Yes, they make a mess. Yes, they are cardboard (the product description clearly states that). The mess they make is part of the point and how they work to clean the dogs teeth. If you choose to try these just be aware to watch your dog and that you will have shredded cardboard to clean up in 15-30 minutes. These aren't meant to be long lasting toys and they aren't treats, they are a very simple teeth cleaning product. If your dog doesn't really like to chew on things, these probably aren't going to work for you and your dog.

I don't understand the comparison to toilet paper roles in other reviews though. These are closer to the cardboard in a roll of masking tape. It has several layers that when your dog chews through helps to clean his/her teeth.
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