[New Product] VetriScience Perio Support

VetriScience Perio Support

Dental care is as important for pets as it is for people. In fact, it’s estimated that almost 90% of all adult cats and dogs suffer from periodontal disease to some extent. Brushing your pet’s teeth may be difficult to add to your list of daily chores, but keeping his or her teeth and gums healthy is essential for a long, healthy life. Make caring for your pet’s teeth easier with VetriScience Perio Support, an easy-to-use dental cleaning powder for cats and dogs that helps reduce plaque and promote healthier teeth and gums.

What are the signs of dental disease in dogs and cats?

Often pets may show no symptoms when suffering from dental disease until serious complications develop. Oral infections can lead to systemic disease and become detrimental to your pet’s overall health. Some signs of dental disease in dogs and cats include the following:

  • Bad breath – While it’s true that bad pet breath can come from a variety of sources, continuous mouth odor can be a symptom of decaying teeth, plaque buildup, and periodontal disease.
  • Puffy, red and/or bleeding gums – Gum disease (also known as gingivitis) can result in inflammation, redness, and bleeding. There can also be separation of the gumline from the teeth, which can become infected and painful.
  • Increased drooling – Excessive salivation is a key indicator of oral disease, but can also indicate other health problems such as heatstroke, contact with poisonous plants, anxiety, or upper respiratory infection.
  • Yellow or brown spots on teeth near the gumline – Plaque and tartar buildup can become visible as discoloration of the teeth, leading to tooth decay that may require professional dental cleaning, drilling and filling, or even tooth extraction.
  • Difficulty eating – When teeth or gums become infected, painful abscesses may result. If your pet has oral pain, he or she may refuse to eat, which can result in weight loss and malnourishment.

If your pet displays any of the above symptoms, consult with your veterinarian. A veterinary dental examination may be required for further evaluation.

How to prevent dental disease in pets

Daily brushing of teeth and gums is widely recommended by veterinarians as the #1 way to prevent dental disease in dogs and cats. There are now specially designed pet toothbrushes made to fit your pet’s mouth perfectly, as well as pet toothpaste in flavors cats and dogs love. These help make brushing your pet’s teeth easier. Toothpaste for humans is not safe for pets, so be sure to use only toothpaste that is formulated specifically for cats and dogs.

Brushing your pet’s teeth every day may not be easy to fit into your busy schedule. Luckily, there are more products than ever to help remove plaque and tartar from your pet’s teeth between brushings. These options are ideal for those pet parents who are only able to brush their pets’ teeth a few times per week.

Dental treats and chews are a popular way to give pets a tasty snack that has the added benefit of promoting oral hygiene and fresher breath. Your pet’s natural chewing action helps scrub plaque and tartar from the teeth and gums, while special ingredients help safely reduce bacteria that cause tooth decay, gum disease, and bad breath.

Another easy way to help keep your pet’s teeth clean and breath fresh is by using a dental rinse or water additive to kill bacteria that cause plaque and tartar. Water additives like Be Fresh Dental Care Solution can easily be mixed with your pet’s daily water to whiten teeth, freshen breath and kill harmful bacteria that can cause dental disease.

Develop your own comprehensive pet dental care program to include regular brushing along with a combination of other dental care products, as well as veterinary dental visits once or twice yearly to help protect your dog or cat against dental disease.

VetriScience Perio Support scrubs away plaque & bacteria naturally

VetriScience Perio Support dental powder

VetriScience Perio Support is a convenient and effective powder for cats and dogs that safely helps remove plaque and tartar between brushings. Just sprinkle a small amount over your pet’s daily meal for a cleaner, healthier mouth.

Natural zeolite microporous minerals in VetriScience Perio Support penetrate and remove plaque that clings to your pet’s teeth, while the proprietary blend of powerful prebiotics such as L. acidophilus, E. faecium, B. subtilis, L. casei, L. fermentum, and L. planterum helps to improve overall oral health and freshens breath.

VetriScience Perio Support is the perfect second line of defense against plaque, tartar, and bacteria when used in conjunction with regular brushing to keep your pet’s teeth strong, healthy, and pearly white. The bottle comes with a convenient dual-sided lid with a sprinkle shaker on one side and a wide teaspoon-accessible opening on the other.

Promote healthier teeth and gums in your dog or cat daily with the help of VetriScience Perio Support dental powder, even on days when brushing isn’t an option.




Win FREE VetriScience Perio Support!

Does your dog or cat need VetriScience Perio Support? Just leave a comment below and you could win FREE VetriScience Perio Support from 1800PetMeds!

One winner will be chosen at random on Wednesday, November 1, 2017, so everyone who participates has a chance to win! (Limited to residents of the U.S.) Good luck!

Congrats to the drawing winner, Bruce E. Look for an email from us regarding claiming your prize. 



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  1. My Chihuahua needs this really bad. Can’t afford to get his teeth cleaned for another few months..

  2. My dog really needs this. He won’t allow brushing and his teeth are suffering because of it.

  3. My dog needs this badly, she is prone to tartar. This product could make her healthier.

  4. Sounds like a great solution. Keeping our pets teeth clean is so impirtant.

  5. This would be especially helpful for those who are problematic about the whole teeth brushing thing

  6. Would love this for our dog Katie !

  7. I know our cats need this product, especially the one who likes to lay on my chest inches away from my face!

  8. Punkin would love to try this for her teeth!

  9. We try to keep up with Sunshine’s teeth with dental stix, milk bones and such but he still gets tartar build up. This sprinkle might just be the thing he needs! Sure would love to try it!

  10. My cat needs this.

  11. My 3 senior beagles can use all the help they can get. My little shy girl won’t let me brush her teeth so this product would be great.

  12. I have a 11 year old Yorkie, I pay the vet a lot of money every year to clean her teeth. Last time she had 8 teeth pulled. I feel so bad for her. I’ve been looking for an answe fo a long time- this could be it!

  13. Please help, I have a 11 year old Yorkie, I pay the vet a lot of money every year to clean her teeth. Last time she had 8 teeth pulled. I feel so bad for her. I’ve been looking for an answe fo a long time- this could be it!

  14. Sounds simple and easy. Would love to try.

  15. Christine HighsmithOctober 25, 2017 at 9:05 pm

    Sound safe and easy to use. Would love to try on my two senior rescue dogs (13 yr old boxer and 12-1/2 yr old terrier mix). Thanks for your consideration.

  16. I think my Jack would appreciate trying this product.

  17. I think my Jack would appreciate trying this product. I would too!

  18. I would love to use this on my puggie’s yucky breath!

  19. We have a new baby dachshund and are determined to ensure that she has healthy teeth and gums. This would be an amazing product to try given that she’s not real keen on brushing!

  20. My pug’s breath smells like a shrimp factory! This product would be perfect!

  21. Would love to win this for my cat!

  22. My 15 year old dachshund just had a painful dental procedure. This product could prevent my beagle from having to go through the same thing.

  23. Yes my dog doesn’t let me brush. I need something to help or work. He needs some cleaning and gets bad breath. This would be perfect. Thank you.

  24. I just took my cat to the vet for his annual exam and she said he has gingivitis. I would love to try this for him and also with my dog to prevent him from needing dental work

  25. My vet told me my cat has dental issues and already has lost teeth. She needs help. I had no idea she was even suffering because she didn’t change her eating patterns!

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