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New Tooth Cleaning Kit

Discussion in 'Grooming' started by Cleo2014, Feb 1, 2018.

  1. Cleo2014

    Cleo2014 Premium Member

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    I was at Petsmart yesterday looking for something better to try for Cleo and Relics teeth. Not that Cleo has bad teeth but I have a feeling I am going to be fighting Relics teeth for the rest of his life because of his bite being off. I have been using the Tropiclean Fresh Breath water additive for a few years now and have had good results with Cleo. Well I saw this in the store and I bought it. I was wondering everyone's thoughts on this product. If it doesn't work well for Relic I am going to switch to C.E.T. toothpaste. So, thoughts?
    tropiclean-fresh-breath-advanced-whitening-oral-care-kit-dogs.jpg
     
  2. Calliesmom

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    haven't seen/used it...
    you'll have to give us a review after trying it......:pop
     
  3. ghggp

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    Humm... think I will give it a try. Although I brush Logan's and Barons's teeth I am surprised Baron's breath is not great. He had a full dental last year so I know it is not a problem with his teeth! Will report back!
     
  4. Margi

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    Good luck! Only the realllllyyyy expensive Petsmile worked on Fillion. (story of my life LOL)
     
  5. ghggp

    ghggp Moderator

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    I use Petsmile as well. Does not seem to help his breath...
     
  6. ghggp

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    OK, so, I have commented on my brushing my boy's teeth and Baron's breath is still bad...

    Well, BUSTED!!!!
    Baron came in after doing his business with a frozen poop in his mouth and dropped it at my feet!!!

    :mad::shifty::(:cautious::yuck: Now I know WHY!!!!
     
  7. Cleo2014

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    Wow haha! Wish I could say the same for Relic. He gets tartar build up pretty fast on his back teeth. I just spent some time this afternoon scraping it off. Now his teeth are looking white again. And the front teeth where there was no tartar buildup but had red gums around his teeth is already gone. I'd say I like this so far.
     

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  8. ghggp

    ghggp Moderator

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    Now those are some pearly whites! How old is he?
     
  9. Cleo2014

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    He is only 18 months old but since his bite is off food gets stuck in his teeth in the back and that is when I see build up. I was getting worried that at such a young age his teeth and gums were not looking so hot even though I brushed them. This seems to be helping.
     
  10. ghggp

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    Well, you are doing a great job!
     

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