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  • Plaqclnz???

    Not sure if that's the correct name but I heard of a pet teeth cleaning system similar to a water pik I believe. ...Wondering if anyone is familiar and if it's worth the money?

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    I have and still do wonder the same thing

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    • #3
      These and other enzymatic cleansers do help but work best surely if you have the teeth cleaned professionally and then use DAILY for maintenance to avoid plaque rebuilding. You are not going to apply during a groom and suddenly have bad plaque disappear, and daily means then the owner needs to buy and take some home and use it daily. If you are good at selling product in a grooming environment then this might work to boost sales, but really one time treatments just at the groomer, no. I buy an enzyme toothpaste from my vet for my dogs chicken flavored and use twice a day.

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      • #4
        I worked at a salon that offered PlaqClz. I don't feel it's worth the money IMO. Clients are suppose to purchase the gel or spray and use it at home to work on softening the tartar and plaque so that the water pick will slowly wash away the softened surface layers. The problems are no one really purchased the product to use at home and if they did they never kept up on it. The second is not to many dogs really let you get in their mouths with the water pick. There may be some groomers that had a better experience with the system than we had, but I found it didn't really make the big difference that it advertised.
        It's not what you look at that matters; it's what you see.
        Henry David Thoreau

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        • #5
          I use petzlife gel in salon and sell to clients. Was just curious about it

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          • #6
            Thanks

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            • #7
              It is so dependent upon your selling the product, it needs daily application.

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              • #8
                Yes glad to see it said here. The treatment was oftens old as if one application would make a difference. It works OK if you treat daily so you are really selling the product to owners, and it just a convenience to sell an application while at the groomer. Not a bad convenience but if you are not selling the product to the owner that is the only way it really works. I have used on my own dogs for about 3 years and really helps.

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                • #9
                  It really seems to have dropped off the map.

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