Nutri-Vet Breath Fresh Dental Rinse for Dogs features a unique formula that helps reduce bad breath in your pets. It contains chlorhexidine which effectively gets rid of plaque and fight odor-causing bacteria in their mouth, along with a combination of chlorine dioxide, food-grade yucca extract, and spearmint and peppermint oil. This special blend of ingredients help minimize digestive tract odor and leave their breath fresh and smelling good. It is sweetener and alcohol-free, offering a more natural approach to maintaining great oral health in your dogs. It has the NASC seal so you can be sure of its excellent quality. This antimicrobial rinse comes in a highly palatable, refreshing mint taste that your pets will love. It is best to add to your pet's bowl regularly to achieve the desired result. Comes in 8 oz. bottle.
Shake well prior to use. Empty your pet’s water bowl every day and refill with fresh water and one (1) capful of Breath Fresh Dental Rinse per 8 ounces of water. Continue as needed. Allow 2 to 4 days for results.
Chlorhexidine has been shown to have an immediate bactericidal action and prolonged bacteriostatic action due to adsorption onto enamel surface.
Chlorine dioxide is primarily used as a disinfectant for municipal water supplies, especially those with odor and taste problems.
Yucca Schidigera is a plant that contains natural saponins and glycoproteins that bind ammonia in urine and feces.
Mint oil helps refresh breath.
Breath Fresh should be used only as directed. Overuse will not provide faster or better results. This product is not a substitute for regular gum and teeth care. Always consult your veterinarian to ensure proper dental care of your dogs and cats.
For animal use only. Do not use on pregnant animals. If dental irritation or diarrhea occurs, discontinue use and consult your veterinarian.
Do not use product if it appears tampered with. Keep product in cool, dry place. Avoid temperatures above 86 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep out of reach of children and pets. In case of accidental overdose, contact a veterinarian immediately.