Oral care is about more than making your pets’ smiles sparkle—it’s an important component of their overall health. In fact, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats begin to show signs of oral disease by age 3. With Fresh Breath Oral Care Water Additive Plus Digestive Support, dogs and cats can benefit from daily plaque and tartar defense, simply by drinking from their water bowl. Plus, probiotics support healthy digestion. Easy to use for both you and your pet—no brushing required.
Fresh Breath by TropiClean Oral Care Water Additive Plus Digestive Support provides defense against plaque & tartar and noticeably fresher breath in 14 days or less with daily use as directed. Results may vary.
Our Oral Care Water Additive is formulated with a unique blend of ingredients including green tea that help fight bacteria that cause bad breath and provide up to 12 hours of fresh breath, plus probiotics to promote healthy digestion.
Oral Care Water Additive is tasteless and odorless, and helps freshen breath when added to your dog’s water with each refill.
Simply add one capful of Oral Care Water Additive to your dog’s 16oz water bowl, or 8 capfuls to your dog’s 1 gallon water bowl each time you refill it. No brushing required!
Use in combination with Fresh Breath by TropiClean Clean Teeth Oral Care Gel and Fresh Breath by TropiClean Dental Chews or Dental Sticks for maximum oral care protection.
Want even more fresh moments? Our natural pet products include dental care, itch relief, flea & tick solutions and an array of grooming products all designed to let your pet put their best paw forward. You make the moments, we make them fresh.
Safe for routine use when used as directed.
Proudly made in the U.S.A.
For dogs and cats 12 weeks and older.
Contains one (1) 33.8oz bottle of Fresh Breath by TropiClean Oral Care Water Additive Plus Digestive Support
All content as is, no warranty. You can use the information provided on this website for research and education purposes only. Always check with your health care provider before making any changes to your dog’s diet or lifestyle. The author is not a vet and this article was not written by a vet.