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VetOne ChloraZinc Rinse (8 oz)

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VetOne ChloraZinc Rinse is a highly palatable antimicrobial formula with Chlorhexidine and Zinc for reducing plaque and freshening breath in dogs and cats.

It contains antimicrobial, anit-plaque and anit-calculus properties to aid in both tooth and gum disease prevention. The nozzle bottle provides you with easy application.

  • 8 oz. bottle
  • Squirt nozzle for easy application
  • Reduces plaque
  • Freshens breath
  • Customer Reviews

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    3 Reviews
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    67% Recommend this product (2 of 3 responses)
    By Karen
    Yelm, WA
    ChloraZin is great. EntirelyPets is NOT.
    September 16, 2023
    Canceled autoship. EntirelyPets sent it anyways. Returned it immediately....which was almost two months ago. No credit to my account.
    Called again. Autoship was reinstated without my knowledge or permission. Canceled it AGAIN. Need to check again in a week to see if my credit was issued,
    There are too many other companies that will conduct business honestly for me to waste my time with this one.
    By Kat
    Vancouver wa
    My vet recommends this
    February 4, 2021
    I add to my dogs water everyday. Seems to help
    By Doglover
    Waltham, MA
    Good supplement to brushing
    August 20, 2017
    I brush my dog's teeth every night and use the dental rinse each morning after his meal. It is easy to dispense, including the back teeth. My dog likes the flavor. The only negatives are that the solution is sticky. If I accidentally squirt it onto his face his fur clumps together. It can be washed off though. The other issue is that sometimes the squirt apparatus gets clogged and needs to be rinsed in order to clear it. My vet compliments me on the great condition my dog's teeth are in so I guess this stuff helps. It certainly doesn't hurt.

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