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If your dog or cat suffers with bad breath, this may indicate that their oral hygiene is inadequate. PlaqueOff is a natural product made from Ascophyllum Nodosum, which is a specially selected seaweed harvested from the seas of Norway and Iceland. Developed in Sweden, PlaqueOff helps maintain healthy gums and improve bad breath and with daily use can considerably help control dental plaque and tartar.
It is simple to administer, just measure the required amount with the scoop that is supplied and add the dried granules to your pets food each day. It doesn't matter if your pet eats dried or moist food, they will love the flavour.
PlaqueOff works systemically through the blood stream and alters the composition of the saliva. It is thought to affect the ability of plaque from sticking to the mouths surfaces, softening hard tartar deposits so that they dissolve away and helps to prevent new layers of plaque and tartar from forming. After a few weeks of use you should start to see some results, the bad breath is usually first improvement that you will notice.
In trials, this product has been shown to achieve a 66% reduction in plaque and a 46% reduction in tartar in eight weeks.
These are the dosages recommended for this product.
Size of Pet
Average Supply based on a 60g pot
|Small dogs & cats up to 10kg (22.1lbs)|
1/2 - 1 scoop
|Medium dogs 10-25kg (22.1lbs - 55.1lbs)|
1 - 2 scoops
|Large & giant dogs over 25kg (55.1lbs)|
2 - 3 scoops
Contains only specially selected seaweed: D1070.
Free from artificial colours, preservatives, gluten and sugar. Rich in natural Iodine.
Store in a cool dry place and once opened use within one year.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Q. If my pet is on medication can I give PlaqueOff to them?
A. Yes, as long as it is not medication that is for the treatment of Hyperthyroidism. There is nothing in the contents or PlaqueOff that would be likely to cause unwanted reactions. It is currently being used with cats and dogs that have heart, liver, bowel, kidney and other disorders. However, it is always best to check with your vet if you have any concerns before beginning any new treatment.
Q. My dog/cat is very fussy and what if they won't eat it?
A. Try hiding the dosage in a treat, or even split the dose over two meals in the day until they get used to it. However, most people find that they have no trouble in getting their pet to take it.
Q. Can I use if my dog/cat is pregnant ?
A. It is recommended that you take your pet off of PlaqueOff whilst it is pregnant or lactating, as it has not been trialled on lactating cats or dogs or on their newborn.
Q. What should I do if my pet still has bad breath?
A. Consult your veterinary surgeon as persistent bad breath can be a symptom of a more serious underlying condition
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