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Old 01-09-2008, 12:05 AM
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Genetics play a role in tartar buildup/bad breath too. The PetzLife gel does work, very well. I am lucky to not have any dogs with tooth problems. I keep an eye on their teeth and every once in a while I do a little scaling, but I have never had a dog who needed a professional cleaning.

My friend with shelties has had a few in the past who had bad teeth, or had a tendency to develop plaque quickly (fed a high quality, all kibble diet with bones offered). Those dogs typically had a family history of bad teeth though. She likes the PetzLife products as well.
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Old 01-09-2008, 10:28 AM
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If the bad breath is caused by bacteria, plaque and tartar build-up, yes, PetzLife will help with it tremendously. If it's caused by a digestive or any other issue, no, it's not likely to help.
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