Breath sprays

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  1. Back40

    Back40 New Member

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    Just looking for feedback on the various breath sprays on the market. I brush our dogs teeth but have a recent foster whose breath smell somewhat fishy. All dogs are on a combo of Pure Vita and TOTW kibble. Thanks!
     
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    Brushing is the best thing to do, IMO. We use CET toothpaste.

    Petzlife seems to give good results to people. I use it about once a week as a preventative. It does contain some alcohol which some don't like but I really don't think it's enough to do anything.

    HealthyMouth is one I recently discovered and it's awesome though still very pricey since it's new-ish. But it's the ONLY water additive proved to worked and approved thru the VOHC. They also have a gel (which I have).
     
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    It's not a spray, but I've had great results adding PlaqueOff to Caleb's food. I use it as a preventative, but noticed a difference when I ran out and went a few weeks without it over the summer.
     
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    I pour this over Jackson's food probably about 5 days a week too. I remember I did not use it for a while at one point, and noticed a bit more of a smell to his breath that hadn't been there while using it. So I definitely think the product works! Since his dental, I've just been using it as preventative measure.
     

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