Pet Gel | Pet Care
Pet Gel Is More Than A Breath-Freshening ToothpastePets explore their world with their mouths, and sometimes their activities can lead to bad breath, bleeding gums, tartar build-up, loose teeth, injury, pain, and irritation.
Oxyfresh’s Pet Gel is a soothing blend of Oxygene® with Aloe Vera to heal, condition, and deodorize your pet’s mouth. The exclusive Oxygene® formula neutralizes the germs that cause bad breath with a powerful, non-toxic oxidization process that works like nothing else to completely eliminate odors at their source. Our most versatile pet product, this odorless and tasteless gel can be used orally or externally to soothe, cleanse, and deodorize.
- Soothes gum and mouth irritation from illness, injury, or loose teeth
- Also safe and effective for use externally on open wounds and abrasions
- Use as pet toothpaste or simply rub on pet’s gum line
- Easy to use, safely fights bacteria and eliminates bad breath.
- Versatile and functional for virtually any pet.
- A critical component of the Oxyfresh Pet Oral Hygiene System
Recommended Use: Use as a pet toothpaste: Rub into the gum line to deodorize, soothe, heal, condition and clean teeth and gums. Apply directly to the affected tissue to soothe and condition. Safe to use on oral or external open wounds and abrasions.
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|The Pet Gel keeps my dogs teeth clean better than any store bought brand. They seem to like the taste way better than any other brand.|
Anna - Amherst, NH
|The Pet Gel has really freshened my pets’ breath. I have noticed a big difference.|
Julie - Red Bluff, CA
|"I rub the Pet Gel on my dog’s gums twice a day and I put the Pet Oral Hygiene Solution in his water. This has completely taken away his breath odor, and his gums are in healthy condition. I’m recommending your products to my veterinarian." |
John - Carlisle, ON
Water (Aqua), Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan), Sodium Chlorite (Oxygene® - Stabilized Chlorine Dioxide), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Extract, Glycerin, Methylparaben, Propylparaben