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What is C.E.T. AquaDent Drinking Water Additive?

C.E.T. AquaDent is a drinking water additive formulated by veterinary dental specialists to help freshen your pet's breath and maintain oral hygiene in conjunction with regular home dental care for your pet. Simply add to your pet's drinking water. Undetectable to your pet. Helps fight plaque. Freshens breath.

For:

Cats and Dogs (over 6 months of age)

Benefits:
  • Helps fight plaque
  • Freshens breath
  • Taste is undetectable to your pet
  • No known side effects
How it Works:

C.E.T AquaDent's xylitol formula helps to reduce plaque and oral calculus accumulations (tartar) that has resulted from poor oral hygiene.

Cautions:

Prepare fresh C.E.T. AquaDent solution every day and discard any treated water not consumed within 24 hours.

Brand Name:

C.E.T. AquaDent (Virbac)

Active Ingredient(s):

Purified water, Glycerine, Xylitol, Polysorbate 20, Sorbate of Potassium, Emilgase, Zinc gluconate, Sodium benzoate, FD&C Blue #1, FD&C Yellow #5, Chlorhexidine gluconate

What is this product used for:

C.E.T. AquaDent is a drinking water additive formulated by veterinary dental specialists to help freshen your pet's breath and maintain oral hygiene in conjunction with a regular home dental care program.

Availability:

C.E.T. AquaDent is available as a non-prescription (OTC) product.

How this product should be used:

C.E.T. AquaDent is intended for use in dogs and cats over 6 months of age. For small dogs (under 25 lbs) and cats, add 1 teaspoonful (5 ml) of C.E.T. AquaDent to 1 pint of fresh drinking water daily. For dogs over 25 lbs, add 2 teaspoonfuls (10 ml) of C.E.T. AquaDent to 1 quart of fresh drinking water daily. Provide additional drinking water as needed.

What are the side effects:

There are no known side effects.

What special precautions are there:

This product is for animal use only. Discard any treated water not consumed within 24 hours. Prepare fresh C.E.T. AquaDent solution each day.

In the event of overdose:

Contact your veterinarian or veterinary emergency room.

How should I store this product:

Store C.E.T. AquaDent at room temperature.

How to Use
Directions:
  • C.E.T. AquaDent Drinking Water Additive helps freshen your pet's breath and maintain oral hygiene.
  • Use C.E.T. AquaDent in conjunction with a regular home dental care program.
Tip:

Prepare fresh C.E.T. AquaDent solution every day. Discard any treated water not used by the pet within 24 hours.

Dosage:
Dogs/Cats: (Over 6 months of age)
Weight
Dosage
Under 25 lbs
Add 1 teaspoonful (5 ml) of C.E.T. AquaDent to 1 pint of fresh drinking water daily
Dogs (over 6 months of age):
Weight
Dosage
Over 25 lbs
Add 2 teaspoonfuls (10 ml) of C.E.T. AquaDent to 1 quart of fresh drinking water daily
Horses:
Do not use!
Storage:

Should be stored at controlled room temperature.

Ingredients
C.E.T. AquaDent Drinking Water Additive:
Active Ingredients
Purified water
Emilgase (enzyme)
Glycerine
Zinc gluconate
Xylitol
Sodium benzoate
Polysorbate 20
FD&C Blue No. 1
Dr. Eric Dunayer of the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC), board certified by the American Board of Toxicology, Inc. (DABT) and having a special interest in xylitol toxicosis, specifically states in a risk assessment paper written about C.E.T. AQUADENT Drinking Water Additive: Based on published studies of xylitol toxicity in dogs and the APCC's experience, proper use of this product (according to label directions) should not present a risk of hypoglycemia in dogs. In addition, no significant hepatic (liver) toxicity would be expected either.
Customer Reviews
C.E.T. AquaDent Drinking Water Additive is rated 3.207792207792208 out of 5 by 77.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor product Our dogs both nearly stopped drinking with this additive in their water. They drank less than half what they normally do. They did not like the taste of this product at all. There are MUCH better products out there that are even more economical! Don't bother with this junky product.
Date published: 2016-01-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from WHY!!! There is no reason to use dyes in products...so we at Hollybush Dog Training will not give this product our "thumbs up".
Date published: 2015-10-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Caused Diarrhea This caused diarrhea in my chihuahua when I started adding it to her water. She was incontinent for 2 weeks--fortunately the symptoms subsided within a week of stopping it.
Date published: 2015-05-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Questionable Benefit We tried this for about 3 months and it was at best, questionable results. I think this is one of those products that makes you feel like your doing something for your dogs, when in actuallity you should be brushing their teeth. So, save your money, buy a brush and dog paste and really do something for your pooch! (Which I'm now doing) besides this stuff is $$. A side note here; in the rating section I was amused when it asks to rate the taste of the proudict !? Sorry I didn't taste it!
Date published: 2015-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Our poodles love this stuff! Our toy and teacup toy poodles have been using this along side their regular water for years. From time to time they go over and alternate drinking the CET/water combination and their regular water. It's not something that will entirely remove plaque but coupled with a daily tooth brushing program it really helps. It was recommended to us by our Vet.
Date published: 2015-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Happy pet owner This product has helped my dogs maintain a clean mouth and fresh breath which makes living closely with my pets a pleasure instead of cringing when my loving dogs breath in my face.
Date published: 2015-03-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from took some time I got this to use with my cat. He wouldn't drink it at first. I found that starting at half strength and working up a little bit every three or four days got him used to it. Not sure of effectiveness yet, but was hoping what I learned so far would be helpful.
Date published: 2015-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bandit has been using C.E.T. AquaDent Drinking Additive for 9 years. He is 10 years old and has always had a good check up at the vet. he has never needed a cleaning from the vet. The vet started him on this when he was only a year old. Bandit is 11 lbs and in good health. Beverly and Paul, the owners of Bandit. Very happy with this product.
Date published: 2014-11-09
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Q&A

Can this product be used for a cat that had a Urinary Track Infection? .

My cat had a Urinary track infection and is restricted to a special diet. Is it safe for my cat to have this product?
Asked by: Suzanne
I would suggest not using this product if your animal has urinary issues. My dog had crystals, and I have to restrict her to a 100% urinary diet with no treats, no bones, no toothpaste, and no water additive. I would stick to brushing with just water.
Answered by: Dawn
Date published: 2016-01-09

What is the concentration of xylitol in C.E.T. Aquadent?

Asked by: Wondering
You probably should contact the CET folks and get their ingredient information and percentages. But keep in mind the packaging instructs that you can mix a certain measurement of CET with quite a lot of water. So is also watered down after it's taken from the bottle.
Answered by: PennyDi
Date published: 2015-04-17

if given according to directions is CET AquaDen drinkg water additive safe for dogs?

I just found out that it contains Xylitol which is deadly to dogs. I have almost use one full bottle of this over a period of time and have noticed my dog getting very aggressive. I have stopped now and am returning the product to my veterinarian's office. You would think they would know better than to sell this stuff.
Asked by: Cosmo
Our 2 toy poodles have been on CET for a long time - recommended by our Vet. They only get a sip of it 2x a day and even at that it's watered down a lot. We've not experienced any aggression or change in mood. They are both very sweet and good natured. Yes, if you have a concern you should check with your Vet.
Answered by: PennyDi
Date published: 2015-04-17

Is CET Aquadent safe for diabetic dogs?

Asked by: Rex
You might want to check with your Vet before giving it to your pet.
Answered by: PennyDi
Date published: 2015-04-17

does it taste different??

Asked by: caboo
This product has no odor and in full concentrate form has a slightly sweet/minty flavor (it's so mild it's hard to notice in full concentrate, and you dilute it down significantly for use). I tasted it just now to answer your question. :-) My cats just started using it under two weeks ago and seem to enjoy it (they're drinking more water with it), and it's reversing the gingivitis and corrected their horrid breath. 110% recommended by me!
Answered by: Millsy
Date published: 2013-03-21

Is is safe for any dogs?

I have a year and 4 month teacup Yorkie. He is 2.5 pounds. Is this safe for him? How much could I give him? Should his water be treated everyday?
Asked by: Lissie
Yes, Add 1 teaspoonful (5 ml) of C.E.T. AquaDent to 1 pint of fresh drinking water daily.
Answered by: Laura PetMed Pro
Date published: 2012-02-24

Is this product safe for puppies?

Asked by: sheltielover
NO!! It is not safe for any dogs. XYLITOL, an artificial sweetener that is safe for humans, is TOXIC TO DOGS. A small amount of this ingredient causes a spike in insulin and drops their glucose levels very quickly, and may kill the dog if veterinary intervention is not immediate. Reference: ASPCA Poison Control Center Press Release 8/21/2006
Answered by: LLihotz
Date published: 2011-10-18

Chihuahua Anxiety Issues

My baby is 3 yrs old and is crated when we're at work. She hates it and hates being left alone. I tried leaving her out once...bad idea...Reminders of her anixety were all over the room by that evening. Other than meds or homeopathics, is there a behavorial training method I could try? I would love to let her roam freely? There is never an accident when we are home though.
Asked by: Ebonys Mom
Check out Cesar Millian's Dog Whisperer episode about separation anxiety. His approach is kind and effective.
Answered by: Trekgirl7
Date published: 2011-02-08
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