Tropiclean Fresh Breath Plaque Remover Pet Clean Teeth Gel 4oz
- All Natural
- Help fight periodontal disease
- Reduces plaque and tarter
- Veterinarian recommended
- For Cats and Dogs
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Removes plaque & tartar
Works fast and naturally to help reduce plaque and tartar on dogs and cats -- no toothbrush required. A proprietary blend of natural, holistic ingredients produce a healthy oral environment. Kills the germs that cause bad breath, plaque and gingivitis. Soothes minor gum irritations. For clean teeth and 'up close' fresh breath everyday!
We know you’re busy
We know how busy life is and how often times we forget about the oral health needs of our pets through all the craziness life throws at us. That’s why we have invested countless hours, people, resources and energy to develop a product that is safe, easy and effective. We are passionate about using nature’s ingredients to create a better life for you and your pet.
Clean teeth. Fresh Breath. No Brushing! This is our mantra, and we love the fact that we can bring you a product that makes your life easier. Simply apply 2 drops of gel to each side of the pet’s mouth once daily, to keep your pet’s teeth clean and breath fresh!
We strive to use high quality ingredients produced by nature and sourced in the United States.
Shhhh! We want to let you in on one of our secrets…Green Tea. IT’S AMAZING! We use decaffeinated Green Tea Leaf Extract in all our Fresh Breath products. This amazing natural ingredient works as a natural source of fluoride, helping to fight bacteria that can cause plaque and tartar development, which also leads to bad breath.
Our commitment to healthy products also extends to our impact on the environment. We make a concerted effort to minimize that impact through our reduce, reuse, recycle efforts.
Our pets are more than just pets, they are part of our family. We understand that, and develop our products with natural ingredients to create a healthier life for your furry family members.
Our products have led the pet industry in sustainable packaging being the first to introduce 100% biodegradable package elements.
Tropiclean Fresh Breath Plaque Remover Pet Clean Teeth Gel 4oz
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IngredientsPurified Water, Natural Derived Alcohol, Natural Mint, Glycerin, Natural Cleanser, Carbopol, Chlorophyllin, Green Tea Leaf Extract
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I bought this gel a month ago. Within two weeks, most of the tartar was simply gone. My dog had one of his wellness checkups this afternoon. Normally by this time, his teeth are so awful that the vet recommends that I pay for a second cleaning out-of-pocket. Today, though, she checked his teeth and asked what I’d been doing differently. I told her about the product, and she had her assistant google it and print out the product information so she could research it.
Then came the best part: She told me that I should DROP the more expensive dental plan when it came up for renewal six months from now. She said she'd never seen a dachshund's teeth in such excellent condition before; if I was getting the same results in six months, there was no reason to put my dog under general anesthesia for a dental cleaning he wouldn't need. I asked her to please let me know if she researched the gel and found that it’s active ingredient turned out to be, like, sulfuric acid or something. She assured me that she would call immediately if she found that it contained anything harmful (and I'll be sure to update this review if that happens).
Thank you to everyone else who took the time to review before me. Without those reviews, I’m not sure I would’ve tried the product myself. Given my results, it would it would’ve been inexcusable for me not to share my experience with other pet owners. I wish I had some "before" pictures of my dog's teeth, but I wasn't really expecting such amazing results. But here are his teeth six months post-cleaning after using the gel for one month. I can't believe that more vets and pet stores aren't aware of this stuff.
This stuff is awesome. My dog gets horrible breath, and this stuff does the trick. Plus, it does a great job of loosening up the tartar in his teeth so I can brush it away. Brushing alone, his bad breath comes back in a couple hours. Combined with the stuff that I put in his water from the same brand, I don't really have to brush at all. Once the first bottle of this stuff ran out, I tried going without it for awhile, but the nasty breath came back after a month or 2. I have no idea how squirting this stuff on his teeth works, but it does. He hates the taste of it, but sucks for him, because I hate his breath more. And since this is my house, he'll just have to suffer with the taste of this stuff.
My Dog's Review:
This is the worst thing on the face of this earth!!! That little green bottle is terrifying. All of the delicious table scraps and deer poo flavor on my teeth gets replaced by this disgusting minty stuff... and I hate my life. No amount of struggling and glaring at my owner afterward seems to deter him. And I think he may be putting something in my water, too... I'm pretty sure it's poison. At least he's stopped assaulting me with that horrible toothbrush. Somebody please rescue me from this-- is that a cookie?... Forgot what I was going to say. I love my life.
Owner gives 5 stars, dog gives -10 stars, but since nobody really cares very much about the dog's opinion (and since he can't count), let's say 4 stars is fair.
Ps -- I suspect the people who aren't getting the results most of us got aren't using it correctly. Put a small amount on your fingertip (right before bedtime so no eating or drinking) and rub right over the "bad" teeth. Do that nightly for about a week then start brushing or using a dental tool to remove the plaque. My dog's teeth were really bad, so I used the scraper to roughen up the plaque while I used this. Again, only once a day right before bed worked for my dog.