You want a doggy toothpaste that appeals to your pooch, and Vetoquinol Enzadent Enzymatic Toothpaste does precisely that. You may find the poultry flavor less than appetizing, but your dog is sure to come running when you get out this tube of toothpaste.
More than a delicious flavor, Vetoquinol Enzadent Enzymatic Toothpaste is a safe, effective product formulated by an almost 100-year-old pet-care company. Enzadent’s focus has always been on providing quality products for veterinarians, breeders, and pet parents. They deliver with this impressive toothpaste.
Vetoquinol Enzadent Enzymatic Toothpaste’s triple enzyme formula tackles plaque and food debris and leaves behind healthy teeth and fresh breath. Daily use will slow oral bacterial growth, which is the culprit behind bad breath, gingivitis, and tartar formation. You do not need to worry about your dog swallowing this toothpaste since dogs can safely ingest the non-foaming formula without rinsing.
The reviews are in, and dogs are raving about Vetoquinol Enzadent Enzymatic Toothpaste, so much so that they now come running to get their teeth brushed. Five-star review highlights include:
- “I have literally spent years putting off brushing my dog’s teeth, thinking it would be a tedious chore! But the most hilarious thing happened—all three of my dogs actually enjoy it! Now I just put this toothpaste on the toothbrush and hold the brush and they just gently gnaw on the toothbrush and move it around their mouth getting all their teeth clean by themselves! So cute and funny! They actually enjoy brushing their teeth! It seems like gently chewing on the toothbrush feels good to them, and this toothpaste made it all possible! They love the flavor, and it does seem to get the plaque off their teeth (although it could be their new good dental hygiene habits alone!).”
- “My Min Pin has bad teeth to start with—he needed a lot of dental work when we got him. We have had multiple dental extractions, and were getting worried he will be losing most of his teeth—until we got this toothpaste. He wants to taste the toothpaste, and so he now willingly lets us brush his teeth. (He tries to eat it while we try to brush him—but hey—he does not run away and lets us brush!) His teeth have gotten whiter and it is no longer a losing battle to try to brush his teeth. So much nicer to know this is not a torture to him also—he comes to us when he sees the toothpaste. This toothpaste is the best hope we have to keep his teeth healthy and minimize sedation dental cleaning.”
Information as of 6/30/22