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We brush with CET. My old yellow dog adopted at age 3 and started brushing, he never had to have a cleaning and he passed at age 10 from cancer with pretty clean teeth, healthy gums, and nice breath.


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We brush with CET. My old yellow dog adopted at age 3 and started brushing, he never had to have a cleaning and he passed at age 10 from cancer with pretty clean teeth, healthy gums, and nice breath.


What is CET?
It's a brand of toothpaste for dogs
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It's a brand of toothpaste for dogs


Aha! Not available in my Canadian stores.


As a sidebar, I found that my guy kept a very clean mouth after his last dental about three years ago and wondered if it had to do with the daily probiotics I started around that time. He was on Carmspack's Sunday Sundae every day. He was cut off chewing on anything, even bully sticks, as his teeth had gotten very damaged chewing on a deer antler and I did not want to have anything worse happen.

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Thanks for all the feedback guys. I am hoping all goes well, will let you know.
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Update: Just picked him up. Everything went fine, no extractions. X-Rays were negative and no abscess was evident. He is just super tired/mopey right now. If he still is pawing at his mouth within the next week I will take him to the vet dentist, but hoping for the best.

For those that have done teeth cleaning, how long after was he eating normal? They told me no food till tomorrow. I am also wondering if I should change his diet and start doing homemade food. He has been on Acana his whole life. He is given a can of Weruva Canned food with dry once a week as a treat.

Thanks again, just glad he is doing okay.
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