Plaque Re-lease

Ramard
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Description

Plaque Re-lease from Ramard, made from all-natural cranberry extract, is the first clinically proven supplement to prevent dental diseases and drastically reduce plaque build-up. Plaque Re-lease also eliminates bad breath and is a friendlier alternative to abrasive chewable products.

Safe for dogs and cats of all ages and sizes, the Easy Pinch Tablets show visible results within 14 days of use and have no impact on your pet's daily caloric intake. 

Details

Features:
  • Safe for Dogs & Cats
  • Made with all-natural cranberry extract
  • Clinically proven to prevent dental diseases
  • Eliminates bad breath and excessive tartar

Ingredients

Blend of (Waxy Rice Starch, Micro Crystalline Cellulose, Di-Basic Calcium Phosphate, Water), Cranberry Extract, Gum Arabic, Pork Liver, Sodium Bicarbonate, Hyaluronic Acid, Chitosan, Magnesium Stearate (as releasing agent)

Application

Serving Size: 1 Tablet Per Day

Application Methods: 

Method 1: Pinch one tablet on top of your dog or cats food. Do not stir. (This is the preferred method for cats.) 

Method 2: Pinch one tablet on top of your dog's tongue.

Method 3: Place one tablet between your dog's cheek and mouth. It will quickly dissolve. 

Ratings & Reviews

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5 Stars this works great

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This product works great. In less than 2 weeks we saw a huge improvement on the teeth of our Corgi's and our Pointers. As an added benefit, their breath smells better too. Love this product, we will stay on it for sure.

No More Bad Breath!

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Started using this a month ago and there is a noticeable difference in our dog's breath. We spoke to our vet and she confirmed that the ingredients are totally safe. So far we super happy with it. It's easy to feed and our pup didn't seem to even notice it was on her food. We've tried oregano in the water and other water-style additives that she absolutely noticed and refused to drink. We've not been back to the vet to see how the plaque/tarter is, but we are hopeful it'll have the same obvious benefit as it did on her breath.