ANIMORA Cranberry Dental Gel 90ml

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Informations on the product

Cranberry Dental Gel 
improves oral health in dogs and cats by preventing bad breath and plaque build-up.
The texture of the dental gel has been optimized to make it sticky on the teeth and gums, which increases the contact time with the mouth walls. Taste appreciation by the animal was an important element in the development of the product to make its administration as pleasant as possible.
The animal can thus make a good association with the dental gel and the owner will find it easier to take care of his oral hygiene.

Method of administration
This tasty product can be applied in several ways, allowing you to follow all the steps to brushing your pet's teeth.- On food: To start, you can give your pet the dental gel on his kibble, his favorite treats or his dental toys. This allows for a gradual and positive introduction of the product into your pet's routine.- On the finger: Afterwards, you can apply the recommended amount of dental gel directly to his teeth and gums while making sure he is comfortable during the process.- On the toothbrush: After properly introducing the toothbrush, you can brush your pet's teeth directly with the dental gel. He will benefit from the mechanical action of the brush in addition to the benefits of the cranberry.

*Refrigerate after opening

Recommended dosage
Administer on teeth and gums. Cats and dogs under 10 kg: 2.5 ml per day.
Dogs between 10 and 25 kg: 5 ml per day.
Dogs over 25 kg: 7.5 ml per day. The recommended amounts are for information purposes only. Optimal amounts may vary depending on the method of administration. For maximum effectiveness, the dental gel should cover all the teeth and gums of the animal.

List of ingredients
Active ingredient: Cranberries (30 mg/ml), water, vegetable glycerin, inulin, cellulose gum, citric acid, yeast extract, sodium chloride, sodium citrate, potassium sorbate, sodium diacetate. 


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