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Pet Oral HealthBye-bye plaque and bad pet breath! We make it easy with our blend of safe, odorless and tasteless ingredients featuring Oxygene®
Pet GroomingPets can get into the smelliest situations! Our pet shampoo, ear cleaner and deodorizer make for a clean pet and a fresh-smelling home.
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Our exclusive odor-fighting ingredient, Oxygene® is a safe, non-toxic formulation that literally dissolves odor-causing molecules.
Fast-acting and proven to wipe out bad smells, you won’t find this ingredient anywhere else. No wonder Oxygene®-based products are enthusiastically recommended by dentists, veterinarians and customers.EXPLORE THE SCIENCE
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