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on February 1, 2018
Okay, so, my 14 year-old Maltese Sophie has breath that smelled like she had just eaten a dead animal.... really! YUCK. I had tried EVERYTHING I could think of to help her. Every kind of "minty chew" for breath, every kind of "breath tablet", toothpaste, enzymes, you name it, I was desperate and tried it... FAIL!! Well, I cam across this GEM of a product and I cannot even begin to tell you how wonderful her breath is now!!!!!!!! This is a life changer (for both you and your dog). It is SOOO easy.. I just put a cap in their fresh water and BAM... that is it. I am so beyond happy with this product that I would like to buy a lifetime supply of it!!!!
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on February 3, 2018
My family and I have four small dogs a (Longhaired Chihuahua, Pomeranian & 2 Japanese Chins) that we use this water supplement for. I am extremely pleased with the results. Our family has a shared routine that everyday at 6AM & 6PM someone washes their water bowls and changes the water adding the Tropiclean (it needs to be changed every 12 hours to be effective). Here’s the proof it works... We had our dogs teeth cleaned 3 years ago and then started using this product religiously. To date none of our dogs have had to have their teeth cleaned by the veterinarian when going in for their annual checkups. Please note that we “DO NOT” do any manual brushing of our dogs teeth. Our vet is astonished at how clean our dogs teeth are year after year and ask us what it is that we do so that he can share with his clients. We told him about our routine mentioned above and that we give a “Greenie” treat once a day. I am very pleased that not only do our fur-babies not have to go under dangerous anesthesia for annual teeth cleanings, but it’s cost saving for the family as well. By the way...our dogs didn’t have any adverse reactions to the smell or taste. Hope this review helps.
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on September 18, 2016
I like the Ingredients, and has a nice minty smell, nice sized bottle and has a dispensary on it so you dont have to take cap off.

A little Pricey compared to the competition, needs a pull tab to remove the seal instead of poking a hole, its 2016 step it up!
Purified Water. Sure, that's natural.
Citric Acid. Yep, natural.
Cetylpyridinium Chloride. While common in mouthwashes and toothpastes, it's certainly not natural and has a measurable toxicity level.
Chlorophyllin. Not natural. A semi-synthetic salt derivative of chlorophyll. Used as a food coloring. Purported to have some health benefits.
Glycerin. Yep, natural.
Potassium Sorbate. A ubiquitous non-natural preservative. Well-established toxicology.
Green Tea Leaf Extract. Natural, but, since it's listed last and if the manufacturer follows labeling standards, it's also the smallest percentage ingredient in the product.

It will improve their breath my lab showed improvement after 3 days. It won't blow you away but it certainly will put a dent in bad breath.
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on October 26, 2015
LOVE THIS STUFF. My male Alhasa Apso had dragon breath, he would walk into the room and you could smell it, he is a crabby dog but loves to give kisses (on his terms) but letting him do so left such a foul odor on the skin that I no longer let him kiss me, just my husband would let him. After a month and one week of use I can tell you his breath is actually sweet smelling, no foul odor and the tarter build up that was there is thinning, his teeth are looking brighter. I had tried brushing his teeth (great peril doing so) I gave him chews to remove the tarter and help with breath, I purchased some tablets that were supposed to get rid of tarter and bad breath: none of that worked, at all. I will definetly purchase this again. Our other animals do not mind the water so long as the cats do not see me add the product, they look disgusted by it and walk away for about an hour, but it is worth it because their breath has also benifited from this. I saw where people complained of the bubbles, there are bubbles, a lot of them if you add the product to the bowl before or during the water addition, but there is minimal to no bubbles when the product is added dircetly to the water. I did taste the water with the product (I wasn't going to give it to my fur babies if tasted bad), there was no taste when done according to the directions. This is not a good product, it is a GREAT product and I thank you for producing it. Our house smells better with out dragon boy breath in it. I highly recomend this product to other pet owners.
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This product works! I bought this 10 years ago when we brought home our new French Bulldog puppy because he won't let me brush his teeth and dental health is more important for dogs than most people think. I know, my daughter is a vet tech and she tells me how much they charge to clean dog's teeth and if they would only take better care of them the dog would be healthier and they would save hundreds if not thousands of dollars. This stuff works! Put it in their drinking water. Do it every day and your dog will have beautiful teeth like my old dog has. His look like dogs much younger and even impresses my daughter :)
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on May 14, 2017
Kept on Tropiclean on a regular basis, we have eliminated the need for our dogs to have their teeth cleaned. Chewable teeth cleaners make our Mini Schnauzers vomit, and the water additive doesn't leave them with messy, sticky faces. We've been using this for about two years and see no side effects...except clean teeth and MUCH better breath.
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on February 16, 2017
My cats got used to it rather quickly. I am still on the fence whether it works or not it's very difficult to tell. We just had a yearly exam and my little cat had five teeth pulled. My big cat had no issues. Both cats are 5 YO. I guess next year I'll find out If this worked. I'll continue using it. In all honesty I think it's all about genetics and in general cats will always have teeth problems as they are impossible to brush. I've fed greenies since they were kittens too, so can tell you how effective pretty much all these remedies are.
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on November 21, 2016
I wanted to try it out for a while before I wrote a review. Our Yorkie wannabe had horrible breath! She refuses to let me brush her teeth so I decided to give this a try. I am simply amazed with this product. There isn't any smell to it that I noticed and both of our dogs never turned up their noses at it. (they hate the smell of doggie, mint toothpaste) I just put one capful into a large water bowl and it's proven to be the right amount for both of them. I always washed out their water bowl every day because it would get slimy from their saliva. Not only does this keep their breath fresh, and their bowl is cleaner. I still wipe it out every day, but there's no slime build up! It's win-win for me! Am so glad that I gave this a try. It took about 4 days, whenI noticed that Peanut's breath doesn't stink any more. Will have to see the vet about reducing any plaque around her gums.
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on August 25, 2017
Took our dog in to get her teeth cleaned last fall. The vet had to extract a few teeth and said that she has moderate periodontitis. She recommended using a water additive to keep the plaque at bay. We just finished a 33 oz bottle of this Tropiclean water additive, which lasted just over 6 months for our small dog. The push top cap is very handy for dispensing a small amount into her water bowl. Definitely have noticed a marked improvement in pup's breath and reduced plaque scale. We use this in tandem with rubbing a small amount of Virbac toothpaste to the front of upper and lower teeth nightly (we've tried the finger brush but pup hates it). The vet also recommended feeding dry food exclusively since it helps to keep the teeth clean.
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on June 2, 2017
I can't say whether I noticed a difference in my dogs or not. I was only able to use it for two days before it started causing them diarrhea. I immediately stopped use, of course, and I re-visited the bad reviews to see if anyone else had experienced this. They had. One person mentioned that they found out after digging that you are actually supposed to only use this in one or two of your dogs bowls daily, not every single one. This is not specified anywhere in the directions or the product description. Some people seem to love this for their dogs. I have small, maltese dogs. Maybe larger dogs can handle it. I guess the only way to know is to try it.
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