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Is lime safe for dogs? I want to give this to my dog but am concerned.

by Mandy from New England on May 30, 2013

My 3 year old golden retriever, Sammie, just had her birthday yesterday and her teeth are all rotted out. The vet sd it is too late to save them and should be put down. She has had issues with them since she was very young and she never had a set of false teeth. She has had dental issues with her upper and lower teeth for about 15 years, but she had an upper jaw removed a couple years ago.

I think I have to do this to her, but I am not sure if I should use this type of product to treat her gums.

Is lime safe for dogs?

I want to give this to my dog but am concerned.

by Mandy from New England on May 30, 2013

My 3 year old golden retriever, Sammie, just had her birthday yesterday and her teeth are all rotted out. The vet sd it is too late to save them and should be put down. She has had issues with them since she was very young and she never had a set of false teeth. She has had dental issues with her upper and lower teeth for about 15 years, but she had an upper jaw removed a couple years ago.

I think I have to do this to her, but I am not sure if I should use this type of product to treat her gums.

Thanks

Hi, Mandy! I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. You've been very patient, and I know that will help you through the rest of your day. I've used the Lime-a-Bite on my dogs many times, because I love the smell of it and my dogs love to eat it! I use about a teaspoon of it when my dogs aren't eating much (we feed our dogs Nutro Ultra Diet) and I use less when they are eating a lot. You can also gently rub it on their gums once in a while, but be careful if you do, because it can burn their gums if you do it too much.

If you want, you can order this Lime-a-Bite from my website, and use the code PENNY to get free shipping, and get 25% off the Lime-a-Bite as well. It's a very good product and will help your dog's teeth a bit. Please let me know if I can help you any further.

Answered on May 30, 2013 11:49:26 AM by Penny from New England

Answer:

Thanks for your question, Penny. I would probably order from them, and then use your coupon code while ordering. Thanks!

Question:

Can you use this on a dog who's teeth have gotten loose?

Answer:

Hi, Rose! The Lime-a-Bite has a minty, citrus smell that has an anti-inflammatory effect that is helpful for treating periodontal (gum) disease. The Lemon-a-Bite has a very sour scent that is helpful for treating the tartar (calcium carbonate) that accumulates on your dog's teeth.

There is also a Lemon-a-Bite that you can use to treat a specific tooth problem (i.e. a broken tooth), but I wouldn't use that on a dog's teeth in general, unless the dog had periodontal disease. You should probably consult your veterinarian before treating any canine health problem. Thanks for your question. Please let me know if I can help you further.

Answered on Apr 15, 2013 2:43:47 PM by Penny from New England

Question:

Can the citrus smell last? If the dog starts chewing on another object, what odor will they be smelling?

Answer:

The scent of Lemon-a-Bite should last for about three hours. Hope this helps! Please let me know if I can help you further.

Answered on Jul 6, 2013 12:00:42 AM by Penny from New England

Question:

Can this be used on a cat?

Answer:

Hi, Joanne! The Lemon-a-Bite comes in a small plastic squeeze tube with a nozzle, which will fit inside your cat's mouth. You should pour a little into your cat's mouth at a time, until the cat no longer dislikes the scent. You may want to hold it in your hand as it dries and see if you cat wants to lick the hand. Thanks for your question. Please let me know if I can help you further.

Answered on Sep 9, 2013 8:20:35 AM by Penny from New England

Question:

Should I use this after I play with it? I had to use a rubber toy once and a dog started to like it and kept trying to suck it. Should I use this afterwards or is this safe?

Answer:

Hi, Melissa! It would be safe to use this product right after you put it on, as long as you clean the pet immediately after that. If you do have a problem with your pet licking the Lemon-a-Bite, please let me know how it goes. Thanks for your question! Please let me know if I can help you further.

Answered on Nov 12, 2013 9:34:43 AM by Penny from New England

Question:

I had a cat lick the Lemon-a-Bite before and after it took it off my hand. Why did she like it?

Answer:

Hi, Melissa! I have no idea why she liked it. I can't think of anything she may have enjoyed about it. It can be safe to use, even after it's been licked by a cat, but I would suggest making a small piece of food and giving it to her while she's wearing it. That way, you can be sure that she's licking her nose with it, and she won't have to worry about getting a mouthful of your hand. If you're looking for some ideas for a treat to keep her interested, you might try giving her a dry cereal. Hope this helps!

Answered on Dec 12, 2013 8:56:09 AM by Penny from New England

Question:

My dog licked it, should I be concerned?

Answer:

Hi, Elizabeth! I'm glad you brought this to my attention. I don't think the cat was the one licking it! I'll let you know what I can do about that situation. If the cat was doing it on her own, it could mean a different issue. I hope this helps!

Answered on Dec 12, 2013 12:54:49 PM by Amy from North Texas

Question:

Can you really use this for a dog?

Answer:

Hi, Lorie! I would definitely not use this for a dog! It's very toxic to dogs, and if she licks it, she may get in trouble. Please tell me how it turns out with your dog.

Answered on Jan 4, 2014 12:36:12 PM by Anonymous from Ohio

Question:

how old can my dog be to have to wear this?

Answer:

Hi, Katie! Thank you for your question. It's safe to use on young dogs as long as they aren't pregnant or nursing.

Answered on Jan 7, 2014 4:14:18 AM by Melissa from New England

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