PlaqueOff Animal comes in a 40g and 180g jar, which is filled with a fine green powder.
Packed in the tub is a small scoop which you use to measure out the correct dosage of PlaqueOff Animal.
Because PlaqueOff needs to be ingested, the simplest way to do this is to take a scoopful from the tub and sprinkle it over your pet’s food.
The mixture smells, as you might expect, like the sea and tastes a little like salt and pepper. Dogs and cats eats it quite easily. When we tested this product, our dog actually really enjoyed the taste and ate it straight from our hand!
For finicky cat eaters, mixing it with a little brewers yeast does the trick!
How Long Does a Tub Last and When Will I See Results?
The first thing you will notice when you get your tub is how small the dosage is!
One scoop (the average dose size for most dogs) is such a small amount that your tub will endure months of usage. One scoop a day will last almost 6 months. After about a month, you should start to notice some real results, although it can vary depending on the dog and the severity of the plaque.
If your dog isn’t afraid of the toothbrush, after a month is up, try gently brushing at his or her teeth and you will likely see some of the softer, porous plaque come away from the teeth with ease. Otherwise, his favourite chew tow also does the trick.
Why ProDen PlaqueOff?
ProDen PlaqueOff has been clinically proven to reduce bad breath, tartar and plaque. ProDen PlaqueOff was originally created for humans but is now used for animals too!
On the ProDen website, they boast:
For once – a product that has been tested on people first!
It’s not just backed by scientific proof. Myself and many other users of the product are blown away with the results!
PlaqueOff Animal has managed to create an extremely happy fan base and many clean mouths.
PlaqueOff can be used for dogs and cats!
Other Methods of Maintaining Oral Hygiene
The best way to maintain oral hygiene is twice-a-day brushing as this prevents the build up of bacteria and therefore, plaque and tartar in the first place. But brushing your dog or cat’s teeth twice a day can sometimes be near impossible.
ProDen PlaqueOff is a great way to reduce and prevent a build up of plaque, but what about preventing plaque build up without the need for PlaqueOff Animal?
The best way to otherwise maintain oral hygiene is to use some of the dental chews, treats toys available for sale.
- Soft chew treats which tries to stimulate teeth and gums
- Specially shaped chews that try to act as a toothbrush
- Specially formulated foods with odd shaped kibble that try to promote oral health
- Dental Toys, which are longer lasting than chews, but work in a similar way by stimulating teeth and gums and acting as a toothbrush.
- Specialised Toothbrush & Toothpaste
From personal experience, I found that these products aren’t useful for reversing plaque growth but are more useful as preventative measure, likewise toys and toothbrushes are also preventative.
ProDen PlaqueOff Animal is the only product I have used which has reversed plaque growth.
Don’t forget that you can always visit your vet to get a build up of plaque removed, but this can often be a costly experience – as most often your dog requires general anaesthesia.
Why Oral Hygiene is Important
Oral hygiene is as important for dogs as it is for humans – and for the same reasons your dentist tells you.
Poor oral hygiene can lead to gum pain, gum inflammation or disease and in some extreme cases, the loss of teeth. Not only this, but a build up of plaque will lead to unpleasant and constant bad breath and dogs aren’t known to use chewing gum.
Give us your thoughts:
- Have you tried any of the above products and noticed a reverse in plaque build up?
- What methods do you use to prevent plaque build up?
- Have you visited the vet to get plaque removed – what were your experiences?
- If you have anything to add, please let us know in the comments.