Sentry HC Petrodex Dental Ultra Advanced Veterinary Cleaning Paste uses techniques developed for human dental care to resolve obstacles in pet dental care. This easy to apply paste helps to weaken and break down plaque and tartar deposits. This causes the tartar to break away from the pet's teeth over time, visual results have been seen in as little as 10 days. Chewing action such as gnawing on a bone, a dental toy or playing with a "tug" type toy helps to speed up break away of the tartar that has been weakened. A unique feature of Petrodex Ultra Advanced Vet Cleaning Paste is its ability t adhere to the teeth and gums for an extended period of time giving it powerful residual action.
Product performed better than advertised! Use this and you'll never have to pay the Vet to work on your dogs' teeth again. Amazing product.
I am not sure if this is a good product by Sue from Berkeley, CA08/24/2012
This product is made of bee's wax and a gritty polishing agent (maybe pumice?). It is so waxy that it must be applied with your finger in a circular scrubbing motion. There is no way that this product can be applied with a tooth-brush so do not buy this if you do not want to use your index finger. I don't know if bee's wax is good for the teeth or not. I have heard that bee's wax contains sugar and therefore feeds the bad kind of bacteria that can inhabit the human mouth. I do not know if this is true or not. Bee products also contain antimicrobial chemicals which is why the hive can hold up to bacterial and fungal assult so maybe bee's wax contains great bacteria-cidal chemicals which are yet undiscovered. Anyway, I put this stuff on my index finger and rub individual teeth in my dog's mouth. One of my dogs allows me to do this and two of my dogs think this is rediculous. I don't know whether this product is great but I do know that it is not convenient. As a comparison, I would like to point out that Oravet is a wax that is applied to the teeth to help prevent the plaque bacteria from setting up a biofilm on the enamel. The Oravet company claims that their wax is positively charged and therefore adheres to the negatively charged enamel. Hmmm. Maybe any wax inhibits biofilm formation temporarily and this Petrodex stuff is the cheaper vesion of Oravet.
Fabulous Results! by Mezzy from West Central. MN01/22/2012
This product was suggested to my by my Aunt who uses it on her small dog. After trying many different products on my pets, I thought this sounded promising. I have two poms, and a yorkie poo ( who has bad breath) and wanted something that was gong to be easy to use and give good results. We have only used this a few times since we received it, but can already see, and smell a difference. My Yorkie Poo's teeth are visibly cleaner and his breath is much better. Not only rite after brushing, but for days. I am so please with this product, and imagine with continued we will continue to see wonderful results. My Aunt said she wishes she would have known about this product a long time ago, as she would have used it on her dog from the start. I bought two extra for my parents who have dogs as well. So far their response has also been very positive. Great price, great product, great service. I would definitely recommend this product to others.
Works! by Sarah11/10/2011
The product is difficult to get on a brush. I've been swiping my finger in the container and then rubbing it on my cats' teeth. And after several weeks, their teeth are much cleaner. Last year, my vet commented on the tartar build-up on one of my cat's teeth. This year, the vet said her teeth "look great." That means my cat won't need a dental cleaning, and I'm saving hundreds of dollars. So despite having to use my finger instead of a toothbrush, I think the product is fantastic.
Don't waste your $$$ by Zelda from Wisconsin06/17/2011
Directions says to pinch off some and put on toothbrush. The consistency is like wax and first you need a tool to dig some out of the container. Put it on the brush and it just fell off when I turned the brush sideways to use it. Tried it on the fingertip brush and had to mush it into the little nubs to get it to stay on. Well it stayed on and I can't get the excess out from the nubs, it's like concrete. Sticking with regular toothpaste.