We offer two types of dog cleaning products on our website. Both the gel and the spray versions are highly effective for keeping your dogs teeth clean. Both are 100% natural, inexpensive, and completely safe for your dog or cat.
We suggest you use the jail if at all possible. Applying the gel directly to your dogs teeth will produce the best effects for removing plaque. You can use your finger to apply the gel. However, using a toothbrush to actually brush your dogs teeth will produce the best results.
If your dog completely refuses access to his or her mouth with your fingers or a toothbrush, then your only other option will be to use the spray. The spray contains the same ingredients as the gel, but the direct application with the gel removes the tartar quicker.
Cleaning your dog's teeth with our products is a very safe alternative to paying teeth cleaning performed at the vet's office. The process at the vet requires general anesthesia and is not only expensive but can be very dangerous to older dogs. If at all possible never allow your older canine to undergo general anesthesia unless it's absolutely necessary.
Although the cleaning at the vet's office is a one time process which results in perfectly clean teeth with just one visit, dog owners are advised to use safer and less expensive products for keeping their dogs teeth clean.
We have had reports from customers of their vets charging over $400 for a single teeth cleaning. Compare this cost to the safer alternative power gels and sprays have to offer at under $30. Although the initial cleaning process requires daily work by the dog owner, maintaining those pearly white teeth on an ongoing basis only requires two to four teeth cleanings per week.
If the initial tartar buildup is severe, it may take four to six weeks of daily cleaning to remove the heavy build up on your dog's teeth. But as a dog owner who loves and cares for their dog you can rest assured this process is safe, effective, and will not harm your dog or cat any way.
Cleaning your dogs teeth can become easy in a normal part of your daily routine for both you and your dog. In the beginning it's very important that the dog think of the process as a fun and playful time. Initially, don't try to force the process on your pet. He's him are her into it slowly in the beginning.
It's very important that your dog not associate the cleaning process with something negative. Invest the time in the beginning to make the process fun and calm for both you and your dog and later teach cleanings will be much more enjoyable.