Dental Formula

Dog Mouthwash Benefits

  • Helps To Target Plaque and Reduce Tartar Build Up:Our dog mouthwash contains antimicrobial and antibacterial ingredients, designed to help target plaque and tartar - especially in places that toothbrushes and conventional methods struggle to reach.
  • Freshens Breath:Our dog dental formula contains no sugar, alcohol, detergents or unnecessary additives; leaving your dog’s breath smelling clean and fresh. We make every effort possible to only include the very premium ingredients.
  • Helps To Supports Gum Health:Helps maintain optimum gum health in an easy-to-administer daily water additive - a stress-free and time-saving alternative to brushing your dog's teeth.
  • Taste & Odor-Free:Petlab’s dental formula is flavourless, meaning it can be added to your dog’s water bowl with no trace, smell or taste. They won’t be able to tell the difference!
  • Safe For Everyday Use:No nasty additives means it’s safe for both cats and dogs, and for everyday use.

Dog Dental Formula Guide

Add 1 teaspoon (5ml) of formula to 250ml of drinking water. Daily usage can result in fresher-smelling breath and healthier teeth and gums. Ensure you provide your pet with fresh water, a new dose of canine dental formula, and a clean bowl every day.
Product Facts

Form: Liquid

Serving Size: 1 teaspoon (5ml) to 250ml of fresh water

Number of Servings: 47

Product Weight: 236 ml

Store away from children. Ensure the bottle is closed properly after use.

The information contained within this site is not intended as a substitute for professional medical or veterinary advice. If your pet has, or you suspect your pet has any medical condition you are urged to consult your veterinarian. Medical conditions can only be diagnosed by a licensed veterinarian.

*Analytical Results May Vary. Not intended for human consumption. Please consult your veterinarian regarding any change in treatment or supplementation.

About Dog Dental Formula

Unfortunately, dental conditions are extremely common in dogs of all shapes, sizes, breeds, and origins, and is often linked to tooth loss, kidney and liver problems, and heart issues. That is why we researched and developed a product that looks after your dog’s teeth and gums the right way. Our dog mouthwash is easy to administer and is packed full of premium ingredients that are effective at supporting canine dental health. Our dog mouthwash formula helps to directly target the build-up of plaque and tartar, leaving your dog’s teeth and gums in better condition! Treat your pet to the health benefits of optimum dental care with Petlab Co. dental mouthwash - it is as simple as adding some formula to their bowl each morning, noon or night!

Dog Dental Wash Ingredients

Sodium Bicarbonate

Sodium Bicarbonate

Also known as baking soda, this natural ingredient is used in a lot of human tubes of toothpaste, as it is an effective abrasive scrub that can aid in the removal of both tartar and plaque, reducing long-term build-up, supporting healthy gum tissue.

Peppermint Oil

Peppermint Oil

Peppermint oil can freshen your dog’s breath, helping with gum and oral issues caused by poor dental hygiene. Plus, the natural compounds can adjust the gut flora in the stomach after eating, supporting gut health

Purified Water

Purified Water

With the chemicals and contaminants removed, purified water contains important, natural minerals to help clean and support gum and oral health without causing irritation.

Full List of Ingredients

Using Dog Dental Formula



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