Dr. Morgan’s Dental Drops

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 13 customer ratings
(14 customer reviews)

$30.00

Deer Velvet Oral Drops is Dr. Morgan’s signature product that makes caring for your pet’s dental health easier than ever with all natural ingredients sourced from New Zealand.

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Description

Submitted by a happy dental drops user!

Deer Velvet Oral Drops is Dr. Morgan’s signature product that makes caring for your pet’s dental health easier than ever with all natural ingredients sourced from New Zealand. This product can be used routinely to maintain good oral health.

Beneficial for use in oral maladies such as:

  • stomatitis
  • gingivitis
  • tooth extractions
  • ulcers

Ingredients:
New Zealand Propolis
Manuka UMF Honey (produced in NZ)
Manuka Essential Oil
Cinnamon Oil
Peppermint Oil
Manuka Hydrosol
Deer Velvet Antler Extract

 

Basic Directions:
Apply 2-5 drops to upper gums once daily. Do not feed animal one hour prior or after product application.

Contains approximately 250 drops (30 ml).

Additional information

Weight 0.2 lbs
Size

30 ml (250 drops)

14 reviews for Dr. Morgan’s Dental Drops

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Cheryl (verified owner)

    These are some amazing
    dental drops. I bought these about a month ago for Sassi for her teething and these drops cleaned her teeth, and cleared up the inflammation and healed her gums. They really work.

    Keeps teeth clean, stops inflammation, heals the gums, keeps breath fresh and Prevents periodontal disease.

    I just can’t say enough good things about these dental drops.

    Thank you Judy Morgan

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Serenity

    I’d love to hear your thoughts on length of using your dental drops, 4 drops 1x daily, on upper gums. Would you just use them continuously, pulse, or use for a set time frame, and stop?
    My 3 year old mini doxie has teeth that were stained by anesthesia, and due to some headaches, has had diminished chewing capability for about 4 months, leading to pH changes in her mouth, thus, tartar buildup beginning. She is fully raw, her entire life, and is just beginning to chew some small bones again, as part of her diet, no recrelational RMB yet, while her head and jaw issues are still ongoing, but improving. Brushing, yes, 2x weekly, natural, homemade coconut oil tooth oil. No halitosis, all teeth healthy, as per her holistic vet. I’m not interested in anesthesia or a full dental cleaning, as Serenity would have major complications. Her primary issues are intra hepatic liver shunts, malabsorption, methylation issues, occipital, TMJ, issues.. She is under ongoing (several times weekly) therapies, with holistic, TCM, alternative practitioners. No pharmaceuticals used. Thanks much

    • Judy Morgan

      I would recommend using them ongoing, daily.

  3. Judy Morgan

    Don’t worry about an exact number of drops. I fill the dropper about 1/4 to 1/3 full, give one squeeze on the upper gum on one side and one squeeze on the upper gum on the other side. It’s okay if it gets on the bottom teeth or elsewhere in the mouth. The drops mix with the saliva and coat all the teeth. The Manuka honey hydrosol kills the bacteria that cause plaque and tarter. The deer antler velvet stimulates stem cells to help heal the gingiva (gums). Peppermint and cinnamon oils kill bacteria and fungal elements in the mouth and freshen the breath. It should take you less than 20 seconds to treat the mouth. (It takes me about 5 seconds, I do 8 dogs every night at bedtime.)

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Renae_Nichols

    Are there any contraindications for this? I have a pup on 5ml pred every other day for autoimmune.

    • Judy Morgan

      This would be a great addition for your dog since the inflammation in the body will predispose her to gingivitis.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    LCain

    I cannot get them in my dog’s mouth. I really want to use this but whenever I try to put them in, he runs and hides his face. Do you think putting a muzzle on will help?

    • Judy Morgan

      Try mixing a few drops in a small amount of coconut oil and apply along the gums with your finger.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Karen Arriaza (verified owner)

    So thrilled with these Dental Drops! My husband used to complain about the dogs’ breath until I started using these drops. Now, they have fresh breath, and pretty pink gums! So excited about this product!!!

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    labsgma@gmail.com

    Is is okay to use the dental drops along with the oral deer antler supplement ???

    • Judy Morgan

      Absolutely

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jan Gail

    My pup has pancreatitis can I use this on his teeth?

    • Judy Morgan

      Yes

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    heyjde

    Can these be used with dog that has had pancreatic flares? I really don’t want to put her under anesthesia. She is doing well now. I do brush her teeth which is helping.

    • Judy Morgan

      Yes

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    IVAN708@AOL.COM

    Should I use this on a 9 week old puppy?

    • Judy Morgan

      yes, you can

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    LouiseLeighton

    Do you ship to the UK please?

  12. Rated 5 out of 5

    mjbbeads1

    Just received our drops. Can they be used on her toothbrush or do the drops replace brushing? If you recommend we keep brushing what do we use on toothbrush that is natural?

    • Judy Morgan

      You can apply with or without brushing. Some people will brush with coconut oil in the morning and apply the drops at bedtime.

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    Becky

    One of my bostons has had osteosarcoma for a year. He is using hecla lava, sulphur, and carcinosinin.
    Would the dental drops interfere with these remedys?
    Wish you lived in SC!!!
    Thank you in advance

    • Judy Morgan

      Shouldn’t be a problem! Congratulations on your success!

  14. Rated 5 out of 5

    ldean

    I had purchased your drops for my late Shih Tzu but she passed before starting. I now have a new 4mo. old Shih Tzu I will use them on. Do I wait till she is through teething and has her permanent teeth before starting the drops at about 6 months, or start now for overall healthy gums.

    • Judy Morgan

      You can start them at any time. They will help with the inflammation associated with the baby teeth falling out.

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