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Healthy Gums Dog Dental Spray | True Leaf Pet

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60ml | 2fl. Oz

A great way to support oral health, this dental spray combines oil of oregano with peppermint oil. Mediterranean oregano oil is a powerful essential oil that supports gum tissue health. Peppermint is a refreshing, aromatic herb that helps keep your dog’s teeth healthy and clean.

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

As much as we love cuddling up with our favorite furry pals, it’s not always easy if they are experiencing stinky breath. Help your pet achieve a fresh, kissable and healthy smile with TRUE LEAF Healthy Gums Dental Spray.
Our dog dental spray is an ideal solution to help keep your dog’s teeth healthy and clean. By combining Mediterranean oil of oregano and the smell-enhancing properties of peppermint oil, our Healthy Gums Dental Spray will support gum tissue health.

By incorporating TRUE LEAF Healthy Gums Dental Spray, you can provide your special companion with fresh breath and healthy gums for years to come! With high-quality natural and wholesome ingredients, TRUE LEAF’S dog dental spray will deliver amazing results.

INGREDIENTS

Mediterranean Oregano Oil

Peppermint Oil

Purified Water

Lime Extract

Polysorbate 80

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

SHAKE WELL. One spray directly onto teeth once a day from the side of the mouth. Using before bed allows the longest contact time. No rinsing required.

HEALTHY GUMS DOG DENTAL SPRAY FAQ’s

Is Peppermint Oil safe for dogs?

Peppermint oil is a popular essential oil used by humans for its therapeutic properties. But what about dogs? Is peppermint oil safe for dogs? Peppermint oil has a long history of use in both human and veterinary medicine. Some of the therapeutic properties of peppermint oil include: antispasmodic, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory. Therefore, the answer is yes, peppermint oil is generally safe for dogs when used appropriately. Make sure you follow the correct dosing guidelines and consult your veterinarian if you have specific concerns.

Can I give my dog peppermint oil?

Yes, you can give your dog peppermint oil, but only in moderation. Peppermint oil has a host of therapeutic properties, such as aiding in digestion and relieving nausea. But too much peppermint oil can be dangerous for dogs, so always consult with your veterinarian before giving your dog any essential oils.

What are some of the uses of peppermint oil for dogs?

Peppermint oil has a variety of uses depending on what kind you use and how it’s used. It is useful in dental sprays for dogs as an antiseptic as well as a breath refresher. The menthol in the oil also has a cooling effect, which can provide temporary relief from joint pain and headaches. Some people use peppermint oil for aromatherapy for dogs as inhaling the scent can relieve stress or improve their mood.

Is peppermint oil safe for dogs to breathe?

Yes, peppermint oil is safe for dogs to breathe in, as long as it is diluted with a carrier oil. It is important to avoid getting the oil in your dog’s eyes, and to keep the oil away from their nose and mouth. Therefore, it is best utilized with a carrier oil or used within a diffuser.

Is polysorbate 80 safe for dogs?

Polysorbate 80 is an emulsifier used in food production and it is also found in some dog foods, dog chews, oils and supplements. Some dog owners are concerned that polysorbate 80 may be unsafe for their dogs, so let’s explore the answer to this question. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has classified polysorbate 80 as a safe food additive for humans and animals. The Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) also has not set any limits on the amount of polysorbate 80 that can be safely consumed by dogs. Based on the information from the FDA and JECFA, it appears that polysorbate 80 is safe for dogs. However, it is important to note that while some dogs may tolerate this additive, other dogs may not. If your dog has a history of food intolerance or allergy issues, it’s best to discuss using foods with polysorbate 80 on an individual basis with your veterinarian.