My 4 y.o. yellow Lab wouldn't sit still to let me brush his teeth. I didn't want to bring him to the vet for teeth cleaning ($200, plus anesthesia, and have to stay there all day), so thought I'd try this. Within about 2 weeks, his breath smelled better, and I noticed that the brown plaque spots on his molars seemed to be lessening. I sprinkle the recommended amount onto his dry food (3 tiny scoops) once per day and he doesn't even notice it's there. It seems to be working, and is alot easier than trying to brush his teeth!! -- Marlene RudermanWorks!
I was skeptical at first that a little scoop of what looks like dirt could help my dog's teeth, but it really does! His plaque spots have diminished, and people comment on how good his teeth look. It's kind of expensive, but I only use 1 scoop, twice daily, and it works. It took about 3 weeks to really notice it siginificantly. -- CalebIt DOES work
I bought the largest size over 2 years ago after reading product reviews; I feed it daily to 2 dogs and I'm just now needing to replace this product! I had previously had several teeth pulled on my older pug; since using this product, the vet keeps saying her teeth "really don't look that bad!" I was tired of spending a few hundred dollars every couple of years for cleaning. I'm very grateful for this product. -- Kathryn ProDen PlaqueOff for Dogs and Cats
I've been impressed enough with this product to start thinking about buying the human version. My 14.5 year old Cardi, while a heavy chewer, still had plaque buildup on his back molars. With the PlaqueOff, the plaque has been melting off from the gum line down. While he tolerates me using a dental pick (carefully), the PlaqueOff is definitely a game changer for canine dental health. Just bought more including an extra bottle to give to a friend who has rescued a very small dog with very poor dental hygiene. Anything to help a pup.