Logic Orozyme Oral Hygiene Gel
Logic Orozyme Oral Hygiene Gel
Logic Orozyme Oral Hygiene Gel
Logic Orozyme Oral Hygiene Gel

Logic Orozyme Oral Hygiene Gel

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Helps prevent the formation of plaque and fights bad breath.

Why is it needed?

Logic® Oral Hygiene Gel is different to normal toothpaste as it helps to prevent the formation of dental plaque and fight bad breath. Based on a multi-enzyme patented system, Logic Oral Hygiene Gel supplements the animal’s own defence mechanisms to help fight harmful bacteria in the mouth.

Logic Oral Hygiene Gel’s multi-enzyme formula helps maintain a normal balance of micro organisms in the mouth whilst the mild abrasives help break down existing plaque. The gel also contains a surfactant which ensures that the active ingredients remain in contact with the teeth and gums.

Logic Gel is unique as it works with or without brushing and is a highly palatable
Formulation which is well accepted by both cats and dogs.

Use once daily, ideally after your pet’s last meal of the day

  • 1cm for small dogs,
  • 2cm for dogs less than 20kg
  • 5cm for dogs over 20kg

With brushing
Daily brushing is the single most effective means of removing plaque and is therefore highly recommended for optimal results.
Every tube of Logic Oral Hygiene Gel contains a fingerbrush to aid application
Without brushing
If brushing isn’t possible, then Logic Oral Hygiene Gel can also be used without brushing. Options include:
Apply directly onto the teeth and gums using a finger and/or the applicator nozzle within each pack

Who is it for?

Logic Oral Hygiene Gel is for all dogs as they can all be affected by dental disease.

It is the ideal toothpaste with which to get into an oral care routine with your young dog as it can be used from 3 months of age. For more information on brushing your puppy’s teeth click here.

Remember that prevention is better than cure! Check the condition of your dog’s teeth and gums regularly.

Check for:

  • Plaque on the teeth/discoloured teeth
  • Redness of the gums
  • Smelly breath

If you notice any of these, a check up with your vet is advisable and beginning a regular dental regime is also likely to be necessary.