There is no restrictions to dog size that I can find.
Our Vet’s Best Enzymatic Dog Toothpaste is for any dog 6 moth and older. We hope that you find this information helpful. Sincerely, Vet's Best Team
YES, its Is excellent for small dogs. I have 3 small Japanese chins, they do not like to have to have their teeth brushed so I use a finger cot which I also bought on amazon. this is a gel form so its sticks to their gums and teeth and they love the taste. I also use a trick on them.. I put a dab on an ARK dental treat miniature right before they go to bed. excellent product made in USA
This I do not know, the largest dog I have ever had was 45lbs. I have never had any luck with tooth brushes. I use a baby finger brush. You can find them on Amazon, they slip over your finger and give you control to get to each tooth. Yes, it takes time, but it works and is worth the effort and time.
We suggest using our Hip and Joint product on dogs six months and older. The Probiotic product is appropriate for dogs of all ages.
Thank you for your question. We suggest that this product is used on dogs older than six months, because some of the ingredients, such as glucosamine can be difficult for younger dogs to tolerate. Typically hip and joint issues are not an issue for dogs younger than six months of age so we believe it is best to wait until their digestive systems are more developed to start taking the product.
Thank you for your question Diana. There are several different Dasuqin products (all of which are great products) so I am not sure which your dog is currently taking. That being said, one nugget of Doggie Dailies contains the following active ingredients. Active Ingredients (1 Chew): 100 mg Glucosamine | 100 mg MSM 50 mg | Chondroitin Sulfate 50 mg | Yucca 10 mg | CoEnzyme Q10 | 10 mg Hyaluronic Acid You can use this information to compare our product to any other hip and joint offering. It should also be noted that Doggie Dailies come in the form of a soft chew that most dogs love. If you have any more questions, please let us know. We offer a 100% money back guarantee so if you do try our products and are unsatisfied for whatever reason, we will issue a refund ASAP. Have a great night!
That you would have to check with your vet for sure but to my knowledge I have to say no . Wheelchair would be your best bet , they are a lot cheaper now than they were when they first came out .
No, they are lamb flavored and have very little scent. My dog loves them and he never has bad breath.
Yes. I have to my pregnant and nursing dog throughout her pregnancy and she did amazing. However, every dog is different so monitor your dog’s behavior on it and if she begins behaving strangely take her off of it until she’s done nursing. Although most cases they should be fine.
I saw improvement within 1 day! After 2 weeks, i reduced the dosage to 1/2 He was itchy, watery eyes, mo energy.... and he improvement is HUGE. You wont gp wrong with tuis product
It depends on the size of your dog you want to feel the ear canal completely full of this stuff and kind of rub it around with their ear and then let him Shake It Out wait a few minutes and then wipe it out with a soft our soft cloth of some sort. I do my Weimaraner is weekly I have two Weimaraners and it lasts me about a month. Dogs whose ears hang down have a tendency to have more of a wax problem then dogs ears that stand straight up that doesn't mean they don't need to be cleaned on a regular basis it's just usually needs less often unless they have allergies and allergies will actually cause a buildup of earwax
worked fine. was not cause of dogs death.
The bottle says dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens. I don't have cats, but apparently it is labeled that it is ok for them. Very effective for the dogs I have used it on.
Hopefully u r not putting too much in their ears. My dogs shake their heads right away and then that's pretty much it.
Yes, it is safe for dogs to swallow. I have been using this to brush my dogs teeth for years it is not made with the same ingredients as human toothpaste so it is safe for dogs.
Yes you can use this on any dog.
Yes, unfortunately my dogs won't even try it. Good luck
It won’t remove it with the first brushing . I brush my two dogs teeth every night and they aren’t allowed anything but water until breakfast ..It would benedit you to get a dental tool and scrape the black off , careful not to damage the enamel . Most of the tartar should flake right off .My dogs love the chicken flavor of this tooth paste.
Its not listedas grain free but dont see any grains listed in the ingredients. They work well for my dogs. They like the taste.
I don't know the difference but the soft chews I bought worked really well for my dog. I saw a difference within one week.
I don't know but my dog eats them on a daily basis and I haven't had to hire a combine to cut the back yard grass yet...
The ingredients simply states "liver meat". You might contact the manufacturer to inquire. Their web address is: www.mypetnc.com. I do know my dogs love this and works well for them.