Your Pet's Health is in Your hands.
Pet bad breath is often overlooked, but it’s actually one of the first signs of oral disease.
“At any one time, 80% of all dogs and 70% of all cats show signs of dental and oral health diseases. Regular dental care can add as much as five years to a pet’s life.”
— American Veterinary Dental Society
PlaqClnz eliminates pet bad breath, protects oral health and helps add up to three healthy years to your pet’s life.
Your groomer can be one of the most important caregivers in your pet’s life, and a partner in protecting their health. Ask your groomer to take a few minutes to note your pet’s breath and examine their teeth and gums for signs of oral disease.
Be sure to tell your groomer if your pet has noticeable bad breath or any problems with chewing, loss of appetite, uneaten food, food dropping from the mouth or pawing at the mouth or face.
Steps to ensure optimal Pet Oral Health.
Evaluate your pet’s oral health.
See how PlaqClnz Complete helps safeguard your pets’ oral health
Without proper preventative care, dogs and cats can suffer many of the same health conditions we do, including plaque and tartar buildup and gum disease. All of these can lead to more serious health problems if not addressed and corrected.
Allowing plaque to build up on your pet's teeth is the first stop an the road to gum disease. The most noticeable sign of plaque buildup is bad breath. If you notice that your pet's breath is less than fresh, it's time to visit the groomer or bet to have your pet's teeth cleaned, followed by regular daily home care with PlaqClnz Gel.
If plaque buildup is left untreated, it hardens and becomes tartar~~~hard, yellow deposits along the gum line. Many dogs and cats experience significant tartar buildup as early as age two. Over time, the buildup creates "pockets" where the gum is forced away from the teeth, which can lead to gum disease.
Keeping your pet's teeth and gums healthy is an important part of caring for their overall health and can help add quality years to your pet's life.
It's up to YOU to be sure your pet is getting the care he needs to stay a healthy, happy member of your family for many years to come.
Proper care includes routine veterinary checkups; and vaccinations, visits to the groomer and daily home care.
It takes just a few minutes to check and evaluate your pet's oral health.
Here is what to look for:
Your pet's teeth and gums are healthy if you notice:
Clean, white teeth
Breath with a mild aroma
Smooth, coral pink gum tissue
Gun tissue that appears firm, even and fully encircles the teeth.
Benefits of a Healthy Mouth:
Helps pet retain teeth
Allows pet to chew without discomfort
Safeguards pet from additional health risks.
PlaqClnz Gel is:
All natural with Zinc Complex
Simple to use~no brushing needed
Taste~free for finicky cats and dogs
Affordable and cost effective