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Old 07-26-2017, 03:24 AM
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I've been a member for years but my log in no longer works so I registered with my new (current) email address.

As soon as I'm able to post, I want to ask if anyone has an opinion on this product:
Does your dog's oral health matter to you?

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Old 07-26-2017, 01:46 PM
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Before someone thinks and tells me how stupid this response sounds, I've never heard of the product or company before, and I didn't do any studying of the individual ingredients before answering. But purely based on the two statements keep out of reach of children and away from other pets and not intended for use for pregnant dogs or dogs used for breeding purposes I would not want to use it. To a fair degree tartar/bad teeth/bad breath is hereditary. Some dogs are just going to have bad teeth no matter how hard you try and some are going to be beautiful and the owner does nothing (that's me). But incase you are not aware of this, kibble makes teeth worse contrary to popular belief. If your dog already has a tartar problem and you can afford it, look into commercial raw, homemade raw, or a home-cooked diet. This will help with the teeth as well as healthy chews.
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Old 07-29-2017, 12:10 AM
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All those warnings are to prevent high levels of ingestion and that it hasn't been tested in dogs in breeding programs. Just like most OTC medications for humans. I would make sure your dog is not sensitive to dairy, as it contains whey. The active ingredient is found in coconut oil and many human supplements. It looks like it might not taste as bad as popular alcohol-based products. I would not be afraid to try it, personally.
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