Plaque Attack Spray for Pets Teeth and Bad Breath

Plaque Attack Spray

With plaque attack spray away plaque, tarter and bad breath for dogs and cats.

Plaque Attack As Seen On TV

Plaque attack as seen on tv tarter spray. A must have for pet owners. Avoid costly vet bills.

Just Spray!

Spray plaque attack in your pet’s mouth and it’s all natural formula quickly and safely mixes with saliva to coat the teeth and gums. The ingredients then do all the work to break up bacteria, plaque, and built-up tartar. Application helps eliminate these causes of bad breath, leaving your pet’s mouth healthy and clean.

Best of all, it’s just that easy to use!

All Natural & Perfectly Safe

PLAQUE ATTACK uses only all natural human grade ingredients which safely combine with saliva to break up bacteria, plaque, and tartar which cause bad breath and gum disease.

Save Money

All Natural, Veterinarian-approved Plaque Attack Triple Treatment Dental Spray is safe for all sizes of pet cats and canines. Plaque Attack spray is so easy to use, you just spray in twice a day- for family pets with hefty accumulation or daily for lower build-up in your family pet’s mouth till the plaque vanishes and also one or two times a week afterwards (maintenance dosage) to keep their breath fresh and also smile attractive! It will save you money and remove the threat of getting your animal’s teeth clean at the vets.

Just one professional teeth cleaning can cost hundreds of dollars! PLAQUE ATTACK will only cost you pennies a day!
Healthy Prevention
4 out of 5 dogs will get gum disease in their lifetime! Gum disease can lead to more severe infections in the heart, kidney, and liver of your beloved pet.
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  1. Melody J Haislip says:

    Wow, I saw this ad but didn’t get the particulars. I’m going to check that out for my two cats. The vet wants about $700 for each cat, and then there is the danger of using anesthetic. This sounds much better. Thanks for the info.

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