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Nolvadent Oral Cleansing Solution
Nolvadent Oral Cleansing Solution 4 4
I have been using this for 5 years- works great-- have not had to have my dog's teeth cleaned professionally--haven't needed to. he doesn't mind my cleaning his teeth with it! :thanks! 01/10/2015
Works like magic This works fantastic. I swab the gauze with the solution, rub it on her upper outer gums then the roof of her mouth. 04/26/2014
Nolvadent Oral Cleaning Solution This product has worked great on my Pretty Boy he is an Italian Greyhound and had no problem cleaning his teeth with this Nolvadent. The photo on your web site looks just like my Pretty Boy. Thank You Larry S Roswell, NM USA 10/19/2012
It works! My two Mini Dachsies have terrible, terrible breath and this stuff works wonders. I do have to use it fairly often and per my Vet, I put a little on a piece of gauze wrapped around my (clean) finger and just rub gently on the outside of their teeth after brushing. Since we started using Nolvadent, I have noticed a difference in their teeth and gums. Definitely healthier than when I was only brushing. I highly recommend this stuff and it's practically half the price I paid for it at the vet! Seriously worth it! 09/15/2011
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Answer:Thank you for your question. It is not recommended to be adding to water. It is recommended to use it as an oral rinse or apply it to a toothbrush.
Answer:Thank you for your question. That is not listed as a side effect with this product from the company. If this has happened, we suggest you contact the vet immediately.
My little 6 year old mixed breed dog who we adopted recently has some tartar buildup, and I want to start cleaning his teeth with a mouth rinse. I plan to introduce cleaning by dipping a soft terry cloth in the rinse and cleaning his teeth and gums by gentle wiping with my finger first, so he will not ingest any rinse by swallowing it. After he gets accustomed to this procedure, I plan to introduce a soft toothbrush and pet toothpaste.I have used Novaldent rinse for the dogs I have owned previously, however, the cost has doubled in the last couple of years, from $18 to $38. We can only purchase it through the veterinarian clinics, so I would appreciate your suggestions for finding a good alternative. Thanks for your help.
Answer:Ty C.E.T. 0.12% Chlorhexadine Rinse. It is way cheaper and recommended to me by a veterinary dentist for my dog with CUPS disease.
Answer:I'm a dental hygienist and have a cat with periodontal disease. My cat has had to have teeth extracted and his condition needs constant care. After reviewing several products on this website, this one seems to be the best option. I would recommend using this even though it is more expensive. I hope this has been helpful to you.
How can they not swallow it? I guess I am confused on the concept.
Answer:I don't use it as a rinse. My vet advised to put the rinse on a piece of gauze and gently rub it on the outside of my dog's teeth. This way works great for me. I'm honestly not sure how to use it as a rinse.
Answer:My vet gave to me since my dog will not allow a brush/toothpaste in her mouth. I take a napkin, put the rinse on it and use as a tooth wipe. She seems to not mind this so much.
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