Could your pet use a little extra help with their dental health? Oxyfresh Pet Dental Gel is made with a blend of Oxygene and aloe, which removes plaque buildup, protects sensitive pet gums and helps eliminate bad breath. Plus, Oxyfresh Pet Dental Gel is completely tasteless and odorless, which means even the most persnickety of pets will love it.
Toothpaste and first aid gel all in one with cleaning and soothing action for dogs and cats.
With proprietary Oxygene to clean and deodorize teeth, fight gum disease and freshen breath.
Soothing aloe and chamomile extract calm irritated gums and help heal minor oral cuts and abrasions.
Non-toxic formula has no taste or odor so your pal won’t fight you while you apply it, and is safe to swallow.
100% made in the USA with high-quality, cruelty-free ingredients and comes with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee.
100% non-toxic and safely cleans teeth.
Reduces plaque and tarter and helps eliminate bad breath.
Neutralizes bacteria to soothe gums and mouth irritations.
I don’t know why it says it is odorless - it has a very strong chemically smell. My cat took one whiff, made a grimace and ran away so fast! There is no way I could ever brush her teeth with this. I gave it to my brother and their dog doesn’t seem to mind. But I would never recommend this for cats
on Dec 4, 2020
What I like most is that it’s for cats and dogs. It’s not colored so you don’t have to worry about run off, and they seem to not be bothered by taste. It doesn’t stink like the poultry or beef flavored pastes out there either. Give it a try!
Not a pleasant smell but cat doesn't seem to mind taste
on Sep 14, 2020
Smells like medicine. I use this in conjunction with brushing. Cat had a case of gingivitis which cleared away in a week (not sure if it was the gel or brushing that helped clear it... maybe both). This gel does work wonders for wounds and heals them quickly on my cat.
Also... it is expensive
Made 2 dogs sick
on Sep 16, 2020
I have used this product for a long time and bought several tubes from Chewy as the pandemic began. I opened a new tube a couple days ago, and two of my dogs threw up. I then tasted it myself and it tasted just like the chlorine in our pool. I am beyond furious.
Really eliminates dog breath!
on Jul 19, 2020
I've tried them all (doggie tooth pastes, that is) and Oxyfresh is the ONLY one that does the best job of eliminating the dreaded stink-breath. Since my dogs are literally, in-my-face with their mugs much of the time, this stuff is worth it's weight in GOLD. I use it as the first layer on the toothbrush, which I press into the bristles and then I put a thin layer of regular-flavored dog tooth paste on top. Best way I've found to make it as palatable as possible. The dogs don't seem to mind a bit.
Dog hated the taste
on Jan 6, 2021
My dog hated the taste of this, won't get near it.
Cats hated this!
on Feb 20, 2020
I brush my two cats teeth daily & when I used this, they both freaked out. They are not a fan of brushing anyway but tolerate it well. My husb holds cats while I brush--I thought they were going to scratch him trying to get away from this stuff. Needless to say, I only used it once & threw it out.
Great Alternative To Brushing
on Feb 9, 2020
My dog fights having his teeth brushed but doesn't seem to mind having this rubbed along his gums on both sides each night. I have a tiny spatula that I use, but a finger would work fine. This keeps my little poop-eater's breath fresh, and hopefully keeps his teeth from accumulating too much plaque.
Gel is easy to use
on Feb 27, 2020
It’s very easy to put on a finger toothbrush and spread on my dogs teeth. So far they are not used to it so it is a bit difficult to get them excepting of it. I’ll just keep trying
Really like this gel
on Dec 19, 2019
My dogs do not mind having their teeth cleaned with this gel at all. I squirt some of the Oxyfresh gel on a finger brush and massage it over both sides of their mouth. It completely neutralizes and odor, helps the red gums, and reduces plaque. Since it has no flavor, my pups are completely accepting of it. I have tried the (another brand) enzymatic poultry paste before with negative results.