Compare what is it? Pooch Smooch vs Orapup
It is a bad breath eliminator that claims to improve your dog’s oral hygiene irrespective of his age and size. For more information about Pooch Smooch, visit this page here.
It is a specially designed bad breath eliminator that promises to enhance your dog’s oral hygiene without the need for a toothbrush.
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Its secret lies in its proprietary enzyme blend, DentazymeTM that has been specially formulated to reduce odour causing bacteria. In fact, it asserts that it can eliminate up to 90% of this bacteria on your dog’s tongue, along with plaque and tartar build up on the teeth. It has more than 1500 bacteria cleansing bristles and 4 scrapers that wipe away the bacteria easily.
At the heart of this bad breath eliminator are lickies that have been fortified with all natural enzymes that are effective in fighting bad breath. They also reduce plaque and tartar buildup while being a tasty and irresistible alternative to the toothbrush. The ultra soft bristles and 4 in-line scrapers of the brush ensure that the cleaning is done effectively. You simply apply the lickies on the bristles and your dog can lick away the bad breath himself.
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If you have tried to brush your dog’s teeth to reduce bad odour and enhance oral hygiene, then you know what a task it can be. But Pooch Smooch offers you a way to let your dog do the job himself and brush away dangerous bacteria from his tongue. The 360 degree cleaning action means your dog can clean his own tongue simply by licking. It works for dogs of all sizes. Good oral hygiene can increase your dog’s lifespan by up to three years and help prevent cancer, kidney and liver diseases.
It assures you that it is easy to use and you won’t have to run behind your dog to brush his teeth. It comes in different delicious flavours that dogs just cannot resist. It can not only clean dangerous odour causing bacteria from your dog’s tongue, but thus boost his overall wellbeing as well. It has been designed to work for dogs of all shapes and sizes. It is gluten free, MSG, BPA free and proudly made in the US, which says a lot about its quality.
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When used daily it can easily last for up to couple of months.
Orapup: When used on a regular basis, it can last for up to 90 days.
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Pooch Smooch: It comes in four flavours; savory steak, juicy chicken, bacon cheeseburger and peanut butter.
Orapup: These lickies are available in four different flavours; beef and bacon, chicken, cinnamon chicken and cherry chicken.
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Pooch Smooch: It is made in the US with delicious natural ingredients and grapefruit seed extract that have bacteria fighting properties.
Beef and Bacon contains Brown rice syrup, natural beef and bacon flavor, grapefruit seed extract, grape seed extract, peptizyme, papain, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate. Chicken flavor contains Brown rice syrup, natural chicken flavor, grapefruit seed extract, grape seed extract, peptizyme, papain, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate. Lickies skin and coat contain Glycerin, Spray Dried Chicken Liver, Brewers Dried Yeast, Safflower Oil, Coconut Oil, Soy Lecithin, Sorbic Acid (preservative), Glucono-delta-lactone, Ginger Powder, Cinnamon, Ascorbic Acid (preservative), Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Dried Bacillus coagulans Fermentation Product, Sodium Copper Chlorophyllin (color), Mixed Tocopherols (preservative), Vitamin E Supplement, Grape Seed Extract, Citric Acid (preservative), Rosemary Extract, Vitamin A Palmitate. Lickies Joint And Health have Glycerin, Brewers Dried Yeast, Cherry, Safflower Oil, Hydrolyzed Pork Collagen, Glucosamine Hydrochloride, Coconut Oil, Soy Lecithin, Spray Dried Chicken Liver, Sorbic Acid (preservative), Glucono-delta-lactone, Ginger Powder, Cinnamon, Ascorbic Acid (preservative), Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Dried Bacillus coagulans Fermentation Product, Sodium Copper Chlorophyllin (color), Mixed Tocopherols (preservative), Grape Seed Extract, Citric Acid (preservative), Rosemary Extract.
Compare Dosage: Spooch Smooch vs Orapup
Pooch Smooch: You can have a small portion of the paste on the brush and easily use it daily.
Orapup: It is a good idea to use it on a daily basis.
Compare price:Spooch Smooch vs Orapup
Pooch Smooch: It can be bought for $19.95.
Orapup: The starter kit is available for $19.99.
Both Pooch Smooch and Orapup work on the same principle, have been specially formulated, are easy to use and priced similarly. That’s why we think there is no clear winner here, and it’s even-steven between the two.
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Pooch Smooch Reviews
Dogs hate it
Javier who bought Pooch Smooch exposed in his review that he had no chance of finding out if it could work for his dog because he just didn’t take to it. He bought it with a lot of hope because brushing his dog’s teeth on a regular basis was turning out to be a hassle. He believed it would make his task easier but his dog just didn’t like it and would run away from it. He tried it with a friend’s dog and faced the same problem again. That is just not like the advertising where it is suggested that dogs lick it off completely and quickly. That according to him seems to be false marketing, which is disappointing. According to him another problem with the paste is that it is very thin and that means it runs all over the place while you are trying to get it on the brush. As a result you are left with having to clean up the mess later.
Does more harm than good
Rita who used Pooch Smooch complained in her review that she ordered it with a lot of anticipation and was quite excited to use it on her dogs. But they didn’t like it immediately and she had to cajole them to make sure they tasted it a bit. However the problem according to her lies in the brush, which is textured. It means that her dog was only licking at it gingerly and didn’t seem very interested. The leftover paste would also get stuck in the brush and was difficult to clean later. But the worst part according to her was that her dogs developed loose stools and had a bad stomach upset in a couple of days. That’s why she thinks it does more harm than good.
Works but not as expected
Tom who reviewed Pooch Smooch revealed in his review that it does work to some extent and is quite simple to use as well. But it all depends on whether your dog tends to like it. His dog tried it a couple of times but then refused to go near it. He has seen other dogs use it without complaining. It does bring some results, as most of the odour-causing bacteria are on dogs’ tongues. But he thinks the results are not as good as expected and could have been a lot better.
Doesn’t always work
Alecia who bought Orapup complained in her review that she bought into all the hype and purchased this product. She had seen all the infomercials where dogs lick it off quickly and completely. It made her think that the same will happen with her dog. But unfortunately that wasn’t the case and her pooch hated the sight of it. After seeing all the advertisements she had no doubt in her mind that her dog wouldn’t like it, so it came as a bit of a shock to her. She tried every trick in the book to make her dog taste it but he just wouldn’t take to it. Now she wonders if the taste of this paste is so completely off that dogs are not meant to like it in the first place. It has left her annoyed and she has put away the product, going back to brushing her dog’s teeth.
Aaron who reviewed Orapup revealed in his review that it though it works, the results are inconsistent. That’s mostly due to the moods and tastes of different dogs. He has 4 dogs and three of them just wouldn’t want to taste it. He tried to cajole them into licking it but they would have none of it. The fourth pooch however liked licking it a couple of times and then there was a marked improvement in his breath odour. Unfortunately, he stopped licking it after a few tries and that brought him back to square one. He now licks it on and off and the results remain quite inconsistent.
It’s badly designed
Kayleigh who used Orapup exposed in her review that it is just not up to the mark, and nowhere close to the expectations it builds. To begin with, the brush is way too small for her big dog, who has already chewed off a small portion of it. So she thinks it might be more suitable for smaller dogs. For her dog, it showed some improvement in oral hygiene and reduced bad odour briefly. But it only cleaned the tip of his tongue and she wishes that the brush was bigger.