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Dr. George's Plaque Blast Dog and Cat Oral Spray, 1.928 fl. oz.

3.7 out of 5 stars 207 customer reviews

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  • Freshens breath, whitens teeth and promotes healthy gums too
  • For both dogs and cats
  • Without alcohol
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Dr. George's Plaque Blast promotes better oral and systemic health.

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  • Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 4.8 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005BRVL9Q
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 5291-12
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (207 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,985 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Size 1.86 fl oz 4 oz. 6.2-ounce 2.5 oz
Dimensions 4.75 inches x 1.25 inches 7.5 inches x 1.75 inches 7 inches x 1.81 inches 6.5 inches x 1.5 inches
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I've used it every day, twice a day on my dog for a week and by day three I could tell a difference. I don't cringe at the smell of his breath anymore. Twelve dollars well spent if you ask me. The plaque on his teeth is still there but I wasn't expecting miracles. As for him not liking the taste, I really could care less, he eats poop and licks his own genitals. I really don't think it's the taste that bothers him, I think it's more of me going into his mouth with a spray bottle that freaks him out.
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I bought this for my two dogs - a Chihuahua and a Pomeranian. Aside from it smelling like burned rubber, I was optimistic that it would improve their teeth. I used less than suggested because I was afraid it would make my dogs sick if I used that suggested amount of sprays. Unfortunately, I was right. The day after the first use, my Pomeranian started throwing up. My Chihuahua didn't, though, so I was wary to think it was the spray causing it. I continued to give it to them each a second dose. My Pomeranian got sick, again, after using it. My Chihuahua has yet to have a negative reaction, but I've also been giving him less.
Long story short, this ended up making my Pom's breath smell even worse than before we used it and the acid from the vomit surely hasn't improved the health of her teeth. This is going in the garbage.
Please read other reviews before purchasing this product - I'm not the only case of a dog getting sick from it!
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My dog is very sick after trying this stuff!! The vet said his intestines looked like he got to some position! Beware this product it can kill small dogs!!!
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Unfortunately I purchased two of these after reading several reviews that said it worked, well it doesn't! It's as simple as that-it just doesn't do anything. I brush my dogs teeth and that's the only thing that takes plaque off besides the dentist. I have tried the c.e.t. Chews as well and they really have no benefit for the plaque but the dogs do seem to like them. So the only product out of the three that I bought which was the tooth paste was the only one worth spending money on. I definitely wasted money on the other products. Thank you and I hope this prevents you from wasting your money as well! These were items purchased at amazon.
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PlaqueBlast contains FLOURIDE which is poisonous to dogs especially
small dogs.
Had to take my dog to the vet because of flouride poisoning
I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT TO BE USED ON ANY DOG
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A quick google search reveals that this company is massively marketing this product and also create FAKE review sites. The truth is, if your pet has bad breath, it's because of an underlying health condition and SHOULD NOT be ignored. There is no 'magical spray' that will remove plaque from dogs teeth, if there were, it would be available for humans too. But, FDA does not regulate the dog industry. These people are putting your dogs health in jeopardy just to make some money. Very evil thing to do. Another thing you might check is your facebook profile after looking through these fake review sites because I found a couple of "like" links on my page that I did not give them permission to post. That alone indicates something fishy.
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I noticed that for the three weeks I administered Plaque Blast in my 11 pound dog, he slept more. I did not correlate the product with his change in behavior until about the middle of the third week. In the mornings, he was difficult to wake up for his morning walk. I usually do not have to wake him for a walk. He did not let us know that he needed bathroom break/walks anymore(as though he could no longer sense his bowel movements). After not using the product on my dog for about 3 to 5 days, he was more energetic, and his bathroom breaks were more frequent, and he drinks a little more water now than he did before. I do not recommend using this product, even though it worked enough to bring his teeth from green to beige and tolerable breath. It was making him sick. At least now his health is better without the Plaque Blast. I will just take him as usual to have his teeth cleaned by a doctor. 2/28/2012.
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Placque Blast contains propylene glycol--an ingredient in anti-freeze and an ingredient that apparently led to some dogs dying from the Swiffer Wet Jet product. My daughter used Placque Blast once on her 7.2-pound Yorkie, and by the following morning the dog could not eat or drink, could barely open one eye, was totally lethargic, and had whelps all over. After spending over $300 at the vet, the dog still may not survive and weighs only 6.4 pounds. The vet said she did not like ANY of the ingredients for animal ingestion in this product. Beware!
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