|Top Ingredients||Water (Aqua), Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan), Sodium Chlorite (Oxygene - Stabilized Chlorine Dioxide)...||Deionized Water, Carboxymethylcellulose, Zinc Gluconate...||Water, Naturally Derived Alcohol, Glycerin...||Water, Naturally Derived Alcohol, Glycerin...||Chlorhexidine, Baking Soda|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds|
|Health Feature||Dental & Breath Care||Dental & Breath Care||Dental & Breath Care||Dental & Breath Care||Dental & Breath Care|
The says that it removes plaque and tartar, but the tube and the product itself make no such claims. I am not sure which is true.
My dog used to love this, and now he backs away. Did they change the contents? Who decides it's OK to ingest chlorine?
The flavor free was the part that got me to try this for the cats. They dont like others I have tried in the past. They didn't seem to react as bad to this one as others. Using it for the dog I use a toothbrush and it works well keeping the teeth clean. Everyone still wrinkled their noses and weren't impressed but overall I feel it is a good product, I just have super picky kids :)
I gave this product only four stars because we have not been using it long enough to determine actual results. But I use Oxyfresh products for myself, and I quite love the brand. My kitty cats Titmouse and Sparrow seem to tolerate it very well, and I'm happy we are brushing their teeth. They are only two years old, but I know from experience you have to start early! I'll keep you posted, but so far, so good! Xxx X
My cats are never excited about having their teeth brushed and it's a new experience but they aren't not bothered by the taste of this dental gel. It doesn't have a horrible smell which is something I was worried about after reading reviews of other products. It has caused my cats any irritation or issues at all. I just put a little on a small brush and put it on my cats teeth and gums. I never thought I would be doing this but one of my cats, I adopted, already had plaque build up on her teeth at the time of adoption. I've used different types of dental treats, which weren't effective, and eventually decided to give brushing a try. So far, so good
I use this everyday and my Golden doesn't need his teeth cleaned! Yes!!!
I wanted to wait a week to use the product before writing a review. But they hate the smell and taste. It was a struggle to get it in their mouth. They run away at the smell of it also. I wish there was one with a delicious smell that was just as effective so they would think it was a treat. Unfortunately I probably won't be using it because they probably think I'm punishing them if I force them to use it.
My cat doesn’t love it but tolerates it. I like it because I can just rub it on his gums and teeth and he does the rest.
Wanted to test out a different toothpaste for our cat, and from the moment the gel touches his mouth, he fled and looked at me in betrayal. The second attempt was futile. Away it goes into the cabinet.
I was curios what the first two ingredients in the Oxyfresh Dental Gel - carrageenan and stabilized chlorine dioxide - were and after doing some research, I am not comfortable using the product. I am also not comfortable with the Oxyfresh water additive. I would not recommend either product.