Will smileSPRAY eliminate future dental surgery?

Yes, a regular preventative care program for your pet will greatly reduce or eliminate future dental surgery.  More importantly, it will contribute...

Does it matter what time of day I use smileSPRAY?

The time of day does not matter but it should be after they have had their last meal of the day.

Can dental spray be used on all breeds and sizes of dogs?

Yes, smileSPRAY can be used on all breeds of cats and dogs.

How do I know if my pet should see a vet for dental issues?

If teeth are not white all the way to the gum line and/or gums look red and inflamed, you need to see a vet immediately.

How do I know if my pet has dental issues and if I should see a vet?

Lift the lip and check the color of the teeth AND the gums.  Teeth should be white all the way to the gum line and gums should be a nice pink color...

Should I use a toothbrush on my dog?

If you start when they are a puppy, this can be a great way to maintain your pet’s dental healthy but if you are starting when they are older, we f...

What causes bad breath in cats and dogs?

Bad breath in pets is usually caused by poor oral hygiene and periodontal disease. Plaque and tartar build-up and push the gums away from the teeth...

What are the ingredients in smileSPRAY?

Our product is essential oil based and has no added alcohol or water which is a healthier formula for pets.  We use hydrosols of Lavender, Helichry...

Do chew toys help remove tartar?

Not really,  there might be some slight benefit but chewing on a toy is not a substitute for a proper dental program.

Do dental wipes work?

Absolutely.  I created smileSPRAY to use on my dogs and shared it with our patients and they loved it.  smileSPRAY was created by vets for their pets!

How do I keep my dog’s teeth white?

The real question should be how do I keep my pet’s gums healthy!  Regular dental checkups with a vet, just like you do for yourself and using a den...

What is the difference between tartar and plaque on a dog’s teeth?

Plaque is formed when teeth and gums are not properly cleaned after eating.  It hardens into tartar in about 3 days which attaches to the enamel on...