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Old 05-13-2006, 03:36 PM
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Jazzy recently went to the vet and the vet was suggesting this plaque remover liquid... He didnt say what it wascalled but he said like you just apply this liquid and it helps break down the plaque so when you brush/give them bones to chew it makes it easier to remove the plaque for better health... has anyone heard of this? or does anyone have tips for cleaner teeth? Jazz had to have one top molar removed a while back cause she broke it(it was oddly shaped to begin with, the other molar had the same problem was wewere able to fix it before it got inflammed) so the bottom tooth on that side gets more build up than a normal dog would get... any help is appreciated!!!

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Old 05-13-2006, 08:06 PM
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Wish I could help....I think Shelties have more teeth problems for some reason. I only give raw bones about 3 times a years , but have never needed a cleaning and I don't brush in between. I'd check into it though. To me ( who doesn't know! ) anything that would dissolve tartar could hurt the enamel. I'm stone-age era , so there may be such a product >
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