Win Innovet Pet Products Including Purbreath No Brush Oral Care!

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This month we’re testing Innovet Pet Products’ Purbreath No Brush Oral Care, an all-natural option for teeth cleaning, great for dogs who don’t want their teeth brushed as well as senior dogs who need dental care without going under anesthesia.

California-based Innovet Pet Products offers a wide range of natural products for your dog, from health care to flea control. Recently we reviewed the company’s new STAT! Syringe, a product that’s found a permanent place in our dog first aid kit, and the Purbreath No Brush Oral Care gel, one that we’re testing this month on Irie’s teeth!

innovet-dogNow a lucky member of the DogTipper community will win an Innovet prize pack ($70 value) with a selection of the company’s dog products. The prize pack includes:

Special Offer

Can’t wait to see if you win? Save 20% on your Innovet purchases right now by using DOGTIPPER20 at checkout on www.innovetpet.com. All products include a 30-day money back guarantee from Innovet.

How to Enter

You’ll enter in the widget below; as always, you may return to the widget any time during the giveaway period for more entries. Good luck!

Innovet is a DogTipper sponsor. As always, we only share products that we use in our home with our pets. All statements and opinions are entirely our own.

About Paris Permenter & John Bigley

Paris Permenter and John Bigley are the award-winning authors of over 30 pet and travel books as well as the founders and publishers of CatTipper and DogTipper.

  • mitzi frank

    Can the PurBreath be used even if the other dental items are not…?

  • Jill Hanson

    I would like to know what ingredients are in it and how safe they are for my small dogs. The Pomeranian’s have a tendency for tooth problems like other small breed dogs.

  • Nichole

    Can it be used for dogs of all ages?

  • Theresa Spaid

    I have no questions really except does it really work because Shunta really has some bad breath.

  • Linda Szymoniak

    These products sound great. I’m especially interested in trying the PurBreath and the ear cleaner for my pack. I have three rescued Treeing Walker Coonhounds, and with their floppy ears, I really need to keep on top of making sure their ears are clean and dry. None of them like getting their teeth brushed, and I’m always looking for ways to keep their teeth clean without brushing or worse yet, having to take them to the vet for a dental.

  • Tracy W

    What are the ingredients in the PurBreath?

  • Emily Endrizzi

    Do dogs like the taste of it?

  • Kelsey

    How does it compare to an enzymatic toothpaste?

  • NightowlTJRD

    No questions, I just really hope I win because my 14yr old Beagle needs this PurBreath badly and I can’t afford to buy it!! :0)

  • mdweitzel

    No questions that I can think of right now, but thanks for the chance to win!

  • No questions

  • njweitzel

    How often do you use it? How much do you use on a 50 pound dog? How long will one bottle last?

  • rlweitzel

    It says no toothbrush necessary, but is it better in combination with one?

  • Wen Budro

    My question is: How do dogs generally react to having something sprayed in their mouth?

  • dawn rasor

    I don’t have any questions but I’m anxious to try this. My senior collie has had his teeth cleaned several times, most recently just last fall and still has a breath issue.

  • Christine Aiello

    If you use the spray do you still need to brush the teeth as well?

  • Charles Goode

    Like to try it my Frenchee Pom has very bad breath

  • Marla King

    How long does it take to see results of less tartar?

  • sandy weinstein

    does it help remove tartar and help with cleaning of the teeth as well or is it just a breath freshener. how long does it take to help lessen the tartar build up?

  • Heather Bridson

    I don’t have any questions really, just want to see if it will help my vinnie.

  • desithebonde

    i now both teh dog would use it and the question can yu use it on both type of dog i have chiawiii and pom

  • Cheryl Chervitz

    No questions, but I would love to try it on my two older dogs.

  • Phoenixtl

    What are the ingredients, & is it also safe for cats?

  • JS

    Both my dogs have bad teeth so excited to try the spray foam. Only one dog has nasty breath though. Tried brushing but they only want to eat the brush!

  • Cheryl Aisoff

    No questions but would love the kit. Sophie was a rescue 5 years ago and like to keep her teeth clean, right now just slight yellowish on canines rest is pearly white with a daily Duck foot.

  • Margie Rohauer

    would love the kit for the poop bags (the ones i bought at a store) break down the side also the no brush oral spray mine don’t like it when i use the finger brush on them. They fight like crazy and run and hide if they see it

  • sherry butcher

    I think I tried a no brush oral spray some years ago, is this the same thing or something new?

  • Tina Eiser

    I would love to try this on my dogs, not always the freshest breath!

  • Michelle Dovin

    I would love to see how this works on our two boys. They are both small so it is hard to brush their teeth, especially the back ones and I even use the smallest toothbrush possible (baby toothbrush)

  • AnnaZed

    What re the active ingredients in PurBreath?
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  • Lisa F.

    Would this product only prevent the buildup of tartar and stain on the teeth? Would you have to have a professional dental done first to really get benefits? Thinking in terms of very senior dog with significant buildup…

  • Joanna Bell

    Is it used instead of brushing, or is it just used as an occasional replacement for brushing?

  • Kim M

    I am still learing about your company and look forward to learning more.

  • YVONNE WOODSTOCK

    My question is: Why is there Grain Alcohol in the PurBreath for Dogs?
    Thank you for this giveaway opportunity!

  • Bryn Nowell

    How does this product work for dogs with food sensitives?

  • desithebonde

    the stuff would my dogs need for there dry skin

  • Dawn Rasor

    No questions, we could really use the dental products especially.

  • puke

    STAT! Syringe to induce vomiting in your dog, an important addition to your pet first aid kit, I’ve never heard of anything like this.. Blue has dealt w vominting issues before because he has eaten stuff out side he shouldn’t… im intrigued by this..

  • Danielle Skaar

    No questions, thank you for this giveaway!

  • Danielle Murgia

    We do not have any Innovet products but I would like to try the no brush oral care.

  • Daniel Scott

    I brush my dogs’ teeth, but the No Brush Oral care would be great for between brushings.

  • Susan Pertierra

    How do you apply this? with a washcloth?

  • Richard Hicks

    Have you ever had any allergic reactions to it?