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PlaqueAway granules added to my food each day will gradually loosen the tartar on my teeth and reduce further build up.

Dogs need dental care, too!

Signs of tooth and gum disease

Ingredients

Feeding

Further information & reading

Can we prevent plaque forming?
The diet we give our pets may determine to a large extent the health of teeth & gums; animals fed largely on soft foods tend to build-up more plaque and tartar than those given hard crunchy foods and/or bones. Nevertheless, some breeds or individuals may produce the type of saliva that makes them more prone than others to the build-up of plaque. The most natural way for dogs to maintain a healthy mouth is by chewing on raw bones, ideally under supervision. The chewing action helps clean teeth whilst at the same time massaging the gums. Raw bones are safer than cooked bones as the latter are more likely to splinter. Widely available on the market now are brushes and toothpastes specifically formulated for dogs. These toothpastes may contain enzymes designed to inhibit the plaque-forming bacteria, they are intended to be safe for the dog to swallow, have an appetising taste and need no rinsing.
More about periodontal disease
'Dog breath' as an expression is often down to the fact that many dogs do suffer from bad breath. Sometimes, this is down to a serious oral problem, so the sooner you have your dog checked out by a vet, the sooner any breath problems will go away. Periodontal disease starts out as a mild infection of the tissue that surrounds the teeth. It takes hold of the mouth in progressive stages, starting out with a bacterial film known as plaque. When these bacteria die, they are calcified and become a hard, rough surface known as tartar. This in turn allows more plaque to accumulate, and it can lead to gingivitis (inflamed gums), reddened gums that bleed more easily. Infection can then spread to the root of the tooth. The latter stages can cause discomfort for your dog. Periodontal disease can cause serious problems as it develops further. These include tissue destruction, erosion of tooth socket, and loose teeth. Dogs rely heavily on their teeth and so this can be particularly damaging and distressful.
Signs and importance of tooth and gum disease
Bad breath, pawing at the mouth, difficulty eating and chewing food, are but a few of the symptoms of poor oral health. Ignored, they can lead to gum inflammation and periodontal disease, which is caused by infection from plaque and tartar build-up on pets' teeth. If addressed promptly, the early stages of gingivitis can be treated and the condition reversed. However, if allowed to progress, irreversible periodontitis can occur along with chronic bacterial infection, which can enter the bloodstream and may damage the kidneys, liver, and heart. Other indications to look out for are yellow or brown stains on teeth particularly around the gum line, swollen or bleeding gums and lack of appetite due to sore or loose teeth. The problem may even cause a change in the dog’s whole demeanour if the pain is acute

Customer Reviews

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Lauren Palmer
By far the best product available for teeth

I’ve tried many well known seaweed based supplements for teeth in the past and always been really disappointed. I couldn’t believe how quickly and effectively PlaqueAway worked on all 3 of our dogs. Dark stains were removed within the first 2 weeks. It is such good value for money as well, the dogs and I thoroughly recommend it!

Good morning.

Thank you so much for your kind review of our product, PlaqueAway. We are thrilled to hear that it has been the best teeth cleaning solution for your dogs and has exceeded your expectations. Ace Canine products really do deliver what they say with the highest quality ingredients, no shortcuts or fillers, so they work.

Thank you for recommending PlaqueAway.
The Ace Canine Team.

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A.H.
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Nice clean teeth and healthy gums. I have used this product for some time after one of my dogs had gingivitis, swollen gums which would bleed if she was playing tuggy or bumped her mouth. Since using this product her gums are so much better and she can enjoy her tuggy games with gusto now :-)

This is such a happy update, we wish you many enthusiastic tuggy games. Thank you for taking the time to review and for our 5 stars.

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Eric Sid
Great customer service

I haven't had the product plaque away long enough to comment but my dog has no problems with it on his food.
I had to contact customer services and they were absolutely, excellent sorting out my problem. 5 stars plus ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

A happy dog and a happy owner, we can ask no more. Thank you for taking the time to review, do let us know progress in a month or two.
Sending best wishes
Ace Canine Team.

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Jacqueline Smith
Excellent product

I've been using this product for several years now and find it keeps my dogs teeth lovely and clean.

Thank you for our 5 stars and the happy clean teeth update.

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Meriel Sommers
Excellent product

Our vet s always impressed at how our dogs' teeth have little plaque especially as one is 10 years old and been on it all his life!
Thank you also for the 2 free iFlex for humans containers (size discontinued you advised) - really appreciate the kind thought for my customer loyalty:-)

Thank you for taking the time to review. PlaqueAway works wonders. We're looking forward to a human joint update in a month or so.
Best wishes Team Ace.

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