Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 36
Rated 5 out of 5 by DebLo Sparky loves it
I have not been able to actually BRUSH my cats teeth, so I just feed a little to him and then massage his gums. But I can't get my 11 mo old kitten to like it, will have to try diff. flavor I guess.
June 18, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by bobbi246 This product works extremely well.
I started using C.E.T. Enzymatic Toothpaste Poultry Flavor several years ago when my I noticed one of my two cats had gingivitis after his professional teeth cleaning at the vet's clinic. Both cats, now 7, have had their teeth brushed daily and have had no teeth or gum issues and receive excellent remarks from their veterinarians. They love the flavor and think it is a treat on their toothbrushes. There is minimal brushing as they lick all they can off the bristles. I recommend this product to all cat and dog owners. Using it takes just a little time and the results are fantastic.
June 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fozomonk Great
My 7 year old cat just will not allow me to brush his his teeth. He used to sometimes at least eat the toothpaste, which my vet agreed was somewhat helpful, but then he started to refuse to do even that 2 -3 years ago. Until I found the beef- flavored CET, which he happily licks from my finger or a toothbrush. I'm hoping that he may eventually even let me move it around over his teeth with my finger, if not a toothbrush. I wish the beef-flavor wasn't always out of stock, but next time I order I'll get several tubes. Doctors F & S price on the paste is great, too!
April 14, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by AbbeyPoodle Brushing works!
This product was recommended by our dog's dentist, a Diplomate of the American Veterinary Dental College, one of 176 in the world - who knew? The dentist suggested the SALMON or BEEF flavors which have a tarter preventative in them.
Dentist TIP to start brushing:
For a couple days just open your dogs mouth, inspect, saying "great TEETH - let's brush your TEETH", and give a training TREAT. The next few days repeat phrase and add a toothbrush into the cheek, praise & TREAT. Next add brushing strokes, praise & TREAT. After awhile your pup won't need the treat.
I thought it was counter-intuitive to give treats, but it really worked!!!
April 2, 2016