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As Seen on TV Dr. George's Plaque Blast Dog and Cat Oral Spray

Reduces plaque and tartar build-upFreshens breathPromotes healthy gumsEasy to administer
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Has anyone used the Dr. George's PlaqueBlast product on their cat's teeth?

My oldest cat, a 13 year old grey tabby, has horrendous knock-a-buzzard-off-an-outhouse kind of breath, but he's fights us like a wildcat when we try to brush his teeth.. I think his teeth may be having some other effects on his health; i.e. his digestion, but right now I can't afford a $450 vet bill to have his teeth professionally cleaned - I'm hoping if this product truly works and does in fact remove plaque build-up, I'll be able to better see what else might be going on in the old timer's mouth and go from there - hey, if it truly does remove plaque, maybe the vet won't charge me quite as much if there's less to have to do, right? Thank you for any answers someone might be able to give me; I appreciate your time!
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I have been using this product on a 23 pound dog for about 5 days and what a difference. I did notice the ingredient that you add to the bottle seemed like it only had one drop of liquid, but it is really working! My dog's breath is already better and I can see the plaque dissipating. The good thing is that you don't have to hit all teeth, I only spray under the gum and try to spray at least one tooth.
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Mooresville, NC
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i used a similar product on my little dog that had the same issues - although he is used to getting his teeth brushed now. this type of product was amazing at removing the plaque - came off in chunks! then i was able to firmly but gently towel him & introduce brushing his teeth - it was a 2 person job to begin with.
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Dr. George's Plaque Blast contains flouride.......

flouride as I understand is harmful to animals. this product contains "sodium flouride" it the same kind of flouride that is harmful to pets?
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Sodium Fluoride is given to pets everyday via tap water and commercially prepared pet foods. In my opinion, watch what your pet is eating and drinking everyday of their lives.
It is reported that animals are as sensitive to fluoride as humans. Small children don't die from brushing their teeth 3 times a day, so an animal should survive a little dental fluoride.
Remember too, the dangers of gum disease in animals are well documented. You really need to weigh the risks.
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Valparaiso, IN
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looking for leba dental spray for dogs do you carry it?

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