Original Advertised Price: For only $19.95 + $6.95 P&H. Buy 2, get 1 Free upgrade with Visa gift cards available in upsell process. Canadian orders - add $10. Offer comes with: 6 month supply. Select either "dog" or "cat" for order.
How dogs & cats ever survived in the wild is a mystery to me. Between specialized diets, shots, checkups, and special hotels for when the family goes on vacation, it really does make one wonder "who owns who?" Especially when it gets down taking care of their teeth. I know they their own techniques, but with today's advancements, it's only a matter of time before they start getting their golden grills (if they don't have them already).
Like with Plaque Attack. All a dog or cat has to do is lift their gums an have their teeth sprayed. Then the owners can proceed to peel grapes for them.
According to the official TV/product website GetPlaqueAttack.com, Plaque Attach has the following claims & features:
All Natural & Perfectly Safe Save Money Healthy Prevention Helps Cure Halitosis 45-day money-back guarantee for the product price
"The ingredients mix with your pet's saliva when applied on your pet's teeth and completely coats your pet’s teeth and mouth. This process kills harmful bacteria and loosens plaque and tartar."
You can find more detailed instructions at the bottom of the Instructions tab on GetPlaqueAttack.com. We know, odd place for them.
The timeliness of the results depend on the condition of the teeth.
As for purchasing, there has been little complaints. We stumbled across a couple who appear to have hit the "submit" button twice, but other than that the Plaque Attack has been easy to order.
Most people who've written about the Plaque Attack also don't seem to argue as to whether or not the product works. The issue seems to be whether or not the product should be used at all.
The ingredients in Plaque Attack are as follows:
It's the grain alcohol that gets pet owners' attention - especially the cat owners. Wow, we thought it was a bad idea to cross a cat. Don't cross a cat owner or debate them on their facts. They're impressive!
The concern is that alcohol is bad for pets. Cats moreso than dogs.
In Plaque Attack, grain alcohol (aka ethanol) is used as a solvent for the medication. We did a little deeper digging and discovered the use of grain alcohol in pet medications isn't that all uncommon.
The fear is that if the pets receive too much ethanol, they could develop ethanol toxicity which could result in permanent damage or death. Of the forums we searched, the following had some really passionate arguments:
What we've discovered is that the debate can go back and forth with both pet owners and care givers. The best advice we found is the advice we'll pass along now: if you're not sure whether or not the product is safe for your pet, check with your pet's Vet. In the end, every pet is different.
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