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Plaque Off Dental Bites

by ProDen
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ProDen PlaqueOff® Dental Care Bites are a pet dental product for dogs.

Used daily, this natural product can help reduce bad breath, plaque and tartar and improve your pet’s oral hygiene.

As all ProDen PlaqueOff® products, ProDen PlaqueOff® Dental Care Bites prevent dental plaque from sticking to the teeth and softens already existing tartar deposits. ProDen PlaqueOff® Dental Care Bites have the same effects as ProDen PlaqueOff® Powder but come in an alternative format. You can give them easily to your dog as a treat or you can add it to your pet’s food. Your dog will love them.

ProDen PlaqueOff® Dental Care Bites is an easy and effective way of ensuring good oral and dental hygiene in dogs. A completely natural product, made from specially selected Norwegian Seaweed (D1070), Ascophyllum nodosum, harvested along the North Atlantic coast.

PlaqueOff® Dental Care Bites do not include:

  • Pigments
  • additives
  • Artificial Preservatives
  • Gluten
  • Sugar

ProDen PlaqueOff® Dental Care Bites are available in 2 sizes:

  • 60g, ideal for dogs <10kg
  • 150g, ideal for dogs >10kg

Feeding Guide

ProDen PlaqueOff® Dental Care Bites 60g

Dogs <10kg  4-8 Dental Croq’ Bites

ProDen PlaqueOff® Dental Care Bites 150g

Dogs 10-25kg  2-4 Dental Croq’ Bites
Dogs >25kg 4-5 Dental Croq’ Bites


Dental care is unfortunately one of the most overlooked health issues pet owners are concerned with.

If your dog suffers from bad breath, it is certainly a sign of oral health problems.

As in humans, plaque bacteria are constantly forming in the mouth of all cats and dogs.

Without action, this can result in bad breath, gum disease, tooth decay and premature tooth loss. Once plaque has calcified into tartar it can no longer be brushed off with a toothbrush. In many cases it has to be removed by a vet, using ultrasound and anaesthetic.

Tartar that is allowed to remain for too long can also cause infections that can spread throughout the body and damage the heart, lung, liver and negatively affect kidney functions

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