EvoraPet is a natural probiotic oral care supplement for cats and dogs. EvoraPet contains ProBiora3, a blend of beneficial bacteria, which naturally balances the bacteria in your pet's mouth. This promotes fresher breath and cleaner, whiter teeth. Simply sprinkle EvoraPet onto your pet's food daily. It is completely odorless and tasteless, able to bypass even the most finicky of eaters. Pet oral care no longer has to be a chore with EvoraPet!
Contains ProBiora3, which naturally balances the bacteria in your pet's mouth.
Promotes fresher breath, and whiter, cleaner teeth.
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From skeptic to believer by carrblack from Spring, TX11/05/2012
Evorapet oral probiotic powder really made our 4 dogs' breaths go from moderately smelly to almost no smell. I was just using dental cleaning pads, but now that i added this probiotic, their breath is so much better! All the dogs' teeth were cleaned over the Summer, and this product combined with doggie dental wipe pads keeps the plaque to a minimum. I gave some to each of my daughters, who each have 3 dogs, 6 dogs total. Their dogs all showed major improvement and have either mild or no bad breath at all. It worked on our 10 dogs and I highly recommend it.
My vet was impressed by Frosty from Scottsdale, AZ12/10/2013
On our last vet visit, my vet said " you're doing a great job brushing your dogs teeth" . I told him of this supplement and he said, bring it in next time so I can see what it is. This product really does help keep the dental issues under control.
works fast -great product! by Samantha from Georgetown, TX03/04/2012
My vet was concerned about my dog's teeth and wanted to schedule an expensive cleaning. I decided to try this first. The dog's mouth odor was gone in just 2 days! It's been a week and her teeth are already whitening. Being frugal, she is only 25 lbs so I decided to use 1/2 the recommended amount and we got the same results promised, so now I can make it last longer. I sprinkle it on her daily can food and she doesn't even notice it. Great product ... I want to find some for my horse. He has a smelly mouth too.
AWESOME PRODUCT! by Grandma04/13/2013
My 4 cats' breath was really concerning me, as were their gums; they looked irritated. I found Evorapet doing a search for oral probiotics. I was having a very hard time applying a cleansing enzymatic gel to their gums and teeth. Cats are not the easiest creatures for that! Evorapet is very easy to use, just sprinkle & mix with wet food ( I don't feed them kibble ) and that's it. No hassle, no struggle, no having your cat run away from you. A whole scoop seemed to much for their small mouth so, I use only half the amount. In a matter of 2 weeks, my cats' breath and gums changed completely. They smell great, their teeth look clean and white and their gums are normal pink. I am up to the 3rd jar and I tell everyone about it. I work at a veterinary hospital and see a lot of dental procedures done. They are not only costly but also, stressful for the animals who have to be sedated, hooked to iv fluid and the procedure only deals with removal of what's there. It doesn't keep teeth and mouth clean afterwards. Highly recommend it to everyone with cats or dogs. I also use it for my chihuahua. Awesome product!
probiotic oral care by klewisAZ from az10/08/2013
this stuff is wonderful. The dogs really have no problem with this added to their food. I just sprinkle on top and away we go. Dental checks much better now. no tartar and no cavities, very important in older dogs.
Helps by jhk51501/06/2014
While it's too early using this product, it DOES seem to help clean the teeth somewhat.
Seems to be helping by Columbine06/23/2014
My elderly Maine Coon cat's breath is a lot less stinky, and the vet didn't note any gum inflammation on his most recent exam.