Pro Den PlaqueOff Powder for Dogs and Cats
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PlaqueOff® Powder works systemically against bad breath, tartar & plaque, you simply spinkle on to your pet's food, it is suitable for both dogs and cats.
Dental care is unfortunately one of the most overlooked health issues pet owners are concerned with.
As in humans, plaque bacteria constantly form in the mouth of all cats and dogs. Once plaque has calcified into tartar it can no longer be brushed off with a toothbrush. In many cases it has to be removed by a vet, using ultrasound and anaesthetic.
If tartar build-up is left untreated it can result in bad breath, gum disease, tooth decay and premature tooth loss. Tartar that is allowed to remain for too long can also cause infections that can spread throughout the body and damage the heart, lung, liver and negatively affect kidney functions. It's imperative that daily dental care is part of your dog or cats routine, to avoid tartar build up.
A completely natural product, made from specially selected Norwegian Seaweed (D1070), ProDen PlaqueOff® Powder has been found to have specific beneficial effects for oral care, reducing bad breath by up to 63% after 12 weeks and reduces plaque by up to 35% after the first 8 weeks.
How does ProDen PlaqueOff® work?
Unlike other methods of plaque control ProDen PlaqueOff® works systemically i.e. through the blood stream. It is thought to affect the ability of plaque to ‘stick’ to surfaces in the mouth and softens hard tartar deposits. Improvements should start to be seen between 3 and 8 weeks.
ProDen PlaqueOff® Powder comes in a granulated form which is easily added to food every day. It is rich in natural iodine and contains important vitamins and minerals, and is free from artificial colours, preservatives, gluten and sugar.
What is the best way to keep my pets teeth clean?
Thorough and regular brushing removes plaque bacteria before it can accumulate and cause inflammation and damage to gums and teeth. Plaque can also turn into a very hard substance called tartar. Once formed, tartar is very difficult to remove. Tartar removal is usually a veterinary procedure. Unfortunately plaque is constantly forming and so brushing on a daily basis is needed to control it effectively.