Toothpaste For Dogs
Petrodex Enzymatic Toothpaste for Dogs, Helps Reduce Tartar and Plaque Buildup, Poultry Flavor
Toothpaste For Dogs is a good one for gods. I have a five-year-old dog who has good teeth, but he has some tartar build-up from over the years. I give him greenies daily and lots of chews to keep his teeth healthy and clean. When I first got him,
I brushed his teeth occasionally but eventually stopped. Sometimes I hardly have the energy to brush my own teeth every day, let alone my dog’s, so can you blame me for stopping? After a couple of years of no brushing, I decided to get back on the good dog dental hygiene train and ordered another tube of Petrodex Enzymatic Toothpaste.
Now with just a short period of semi-regular usage, my dog’s teeth look amazing! I got him when he was one and his teeth look better now at five than they did when I first got him.
I’ve been using Petrodex Enzymatic Toothpaste a few times a week for the last month. The toothpaste softened and loosened the tartar that was on his back teeth, and I was able to use a tooth scaler to scrap off the tarter. The tartar came off easily in chunks.
I wish I took before and after pictures because the results were fantastic. Granted my dog’s teeth were not in horrible condition, so don’t expect this product to work miracles, but the layer of tartar by his gums on his back teeth are completely gone.
I was even able to remove the dark lines on his back teeth by his gums that I thought were his teeth going bad, but it was just deep-set tartar buildup that had darkened.
I’ve included a picture showing my dog’s teeth. I’m no dog dental expert, but his teeth look pretty good (for five years old!) if I do say so myself! All the results mentioned above were achieved with only one month of using the toothpaste, so I have no doubt that his teeth will in even better condition with a little more brushing.
My dog also loves the taste of the toothpaste, which makes brushing his teeth a breeze. I highly recommend using Petrodex Enzymatic Toothpaste with a tooth scaler for optimal results.
If you do decide to use a scaler, be careful so you don’t hurt your dog’s gums, and do not press too hard as you may damage the enamel on the teeth. Press down gently, but firmly with the scaler against the tartar. Make sure to brush the teeth again after using the scaler as a final polish.Promised Review By JL