C.E.T. Regular, 70 grams Flavor: Malt
I have been using this toothpaste for years with several different greyhounds. Our vet is always amazed by the condition of our greys teeth. It's so tasty, our dogs think of it as a bedtime treat--we make it part of our daily routine. Use of this product has definitely reduced the number of times our dogs had to go under anesthesia for dentals. Highly recommended!
May 24, 2015
Good Product for Pets!
I have been using this pet toothpaste in the vanilla mint flavor for my dog and he just loves it! His teeth are nice and white and clean. My vet commented on how nice his teeth are with no placque problem and his gums are great! He just turned 4 years old, he is our adopted dog of 2 years and we have been using this toothpaste for 1 year now. It has made a big difference in his teeth since using it and he is happy to show you his Havenese "smile"! We haven't tried the other flavors yet, the vanilla mint is a breath treat...
May 24, 2015
Very good product!
The vet always comments on how clean my dog's teeth are! I brush them every night with CET toothpaste and a battery operated toothbrush!
I recently received another order. I opened a tube tonight & after removing the cap the toothpaste at the end of the tube was discolored, usually white & it was brownish. I squeezed the paste out until it turned white.
Has anyone else experienced this?
November 24, 2014
Very helpful product
I was using a baking soda-type dog toothpaste, and it wasn't going really well with the dog. He wasn't crazy about the toothpaste. The vet said to try CET-Poultry, and what a difference that has made. I tell the dog we're going to brush teeth now, and he goes in the bathroom and lays down, ready to go. I give him a pea-sized sample which he loves, then we do the brushing with him lyiing on his side, head on a small towel. I talk to him and tell him what a good dog he is, give a little tummy scratch between sides. After doing both sides, he gets a cheese treat just to make him really happy that he tolerated the procedure.
My dog does not chew much on his back teeth, and he has no interest in dental chews. So in order to avoid very costly anaesthetic cleaning, I must brush every day (ok I miss once in a while). He gets non-anaesthetic cleaning 1-2 times a year. His teeth aren't perfect, and eventually he will probably need the anaesthetic, but we'll hold it off as long as we can using the CET. I hope it has no harmful ingredients, don't know about that.
August 22, 2014