Dr.Clauder’s Plaque Ex Forte Plus 100ml

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Dr.Clauder’s Plaque Ex Forte Plus 100ml

Dr.Clauder’s Plaque Ex Forte Plus:

  • protects against plaque
  • with cranberry and microsilver
  • scientifically proven effect

Product Information:

Dr.Clauder‘s Plaque Ex Forte Plus is a new dental hygiene product. Dr.Clauder‘s Plaque Ex Forte with its high-dose of cranberry concentrate and micro silver is scientifically proven to be effective. Micro silver can neutralise bacteria and fungi and provides an antibacterial effect on the gums and thus builds a protective barrier with excellent long-term effect. Cranberry can also inhibit the formation of dental plaque in a very natural way. This removes the breeding ground required by bacteria. Put it right into your pet’s mouth after feeding or let them lick it off a plate. • With micro silver and cranberry concentrate • For healthy teeth and gums • Dental hygiene with natural ingredients.

Plaque Ex Forte Plus Composition:

Dental care for dogs. Composition:
chicken protein (dehydrated), cranberry juice concentrate (10%), rapeseed oil, animal fat.
Analytical Constituents:
crude protein 8%, crude fat 26%, crude fibre 0.2%, crude ash 0.15%, moisture 57%.
Technological additives:
Micro silver 0.05%, With preservatives and emulsifier. Sensory additives: With flavours.
Feeding advice:
Daily Dose: about 3g = press pump 2x.
Administration suggestion:
The bottle works with an airless system. For technical reasons, please pump a few times at the beginning. Daily use is recommended (such as regular brushing is recommended in human dental care).

Dogs Dental health

Just like us, our dogs’ teeth need to be looked after. Oral hygiene is an important part of dogs’ overall health and well being. If your pet’s teeth aren’t kept clean they can become coated in plaque, which may lead to dental problems.

Plaque is a sticky layer that develops from saliva, food and bacteria which can develop into a buildup of brown tartar. If not treated, this can put your pooch at risk of painful gum disease and infections, tooth loss and eventually could risk bacteria spreading to other parts of the body such as the kidney, heart and liver causing serious problems.

The best way to remove plaque is to simply brush your dog’s teeth daily with a dog toothbrush and dog-safe toothpaste. Brushing your pooch’s teeth every now and then won’t get rid of a buildup of plaque, but regular brushing will help keep their teeth and mouths healthy. Make it part of your daily routine to help you remember.

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