PetzLife Oral Care Gel works fast and naturally to remove plaque and tartar on dogs and cats. It also safely kills bacteria on contact, helping to eliminate bad breath. The secret? A proprietary blend of Grapefruit Seed Extract and other all natural herbs and ingredients produces a very safe and effective alternative to scaling. Wild Salmon Oil is added for a tamer taste, but also adds additional health benefits (for example, healthier coat and heart, are just a few benefits of salmon oil). One bottle will last at least 3 months if used as directed (and 6 months if used for maintenance).
100% All Natural Distilled Water, Grain Alcohol, Proprietary Blend of Extracts and Oils including: Grapefruit Seed Extract, Grape Seed Extract, Peppermint Oil, Rosemary Oil, Thyme Oil, Neem Oil, Wild Salmon Oil.
Apply gel to the largest area of tartar. You will notice your pet licking its lips repeatedly. This helps mix the ingredients with your pet's saliva to coat all surfaces of your pet's teeth and gums. For the first week, use twice daily if there is a heavy tartar build-up and/or red, inflamed gums are present. Otherwise, one application per day is normally all that is needed for moederate build-ups. For best results, withhold food and water 30 minutes before and after applications. Nighttime is best so that PetzLife Oral Care can work all night. Brushing is not necessary but it will help accelerate the desired results. The brushing action helps remove plaque and tartar that has already been softened. Use a soft or finger brush, or a piece of gauze or tissue and wipe the teeth after about 8 days.
After 1-2 weeks, inflammation should subside and breath should be greatly improved. Generally, after 30 days, you can reduce applications to 2-3 times per week for maintenance. Your pet's plaque and tartar should not return with this recommended program.
If your dog does not want you in their mouth, just pat some gel on the outside of the jowls and they will lick it, especially for small lap dogs; or, place a smear of peanut butter on their dish and squeeze the gel on top. For cats, put some gel directly on top of their paws or on top of hind legs and they will lick it off.