|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Rice Flour, Honey, Water (For Processing)...||Pea Starch, Tapioca Starch, Vegetable Glycerin...||Pea Starch, Tapioca Starch, Vegetable Glycerin...||Rice Flour, Oat Fiber, Natural Flavor...||Pea Starch, Tapioca Starch, Vegetable Glycerin...|
|Special Diet||Grain-Free, Gluten Free||Grain-Free, Rawhide-Free||Grain-Free, Rawhide-Free||Grain-Free, Gluten Free||Grain-Free, Rawhide-Free|
|Breed Size||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds||Extra Small Breeds||Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Extra Small Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Vanilla, Herbs & Spices||Mint, Herbs & Spices||Mint, Herbs & Spices||Mint, Herbs & Spices||Fruits & Vegetables|
|Health Feature||Dental & Breath Care||Dental & Breath Care||Dental & Breath Care||Dental & Breath Care||Dental & Breath Care|
Finding a dental chew that is not laced with chicken byproducts has been an adventure. Finding one that my Heinz 57 girl will actually chew on has been another. When I did find one she liked, I then had to find one that wouldn't make her sick. For now, the answer is found in these. Though going by what the package recommends, these would be too small for her. However, the next size up was too much for her, even cut in half. I'm glad these exist so I can keep her mouth and teeth healthy. She's too stubborn to allow me to go at her teeth with dog toothpaste and a baby toothbrush...
I bought these to help with my small senior foster dog’s horrible breath due to rotten teeth. They were extremely hard, my foster dog could not eat them and even my small dog with good teeth struggled to chew it. There is a strong scent of cloves that I wasn't a big fan of. Both dogs seem to really like the actual taste of the treats but they were simply too hard to eat.
These are small enough for my girls (6lbs & 11lbs) to eat, we start every morning my giving them one to keep their breath fresh and they LOVE them! Curious if they make bigger bags??
My 5.6 lb chihuahua loves these treats. My initial concerns were the size of the treats (they seemed very big for a tiny dog) and the hardness, but my 17-month-old little dude LOVES to chew, so he went at it and broke it up in about 30 seconds. Honestly, the way he usually inhales food (we have a “slow feeder” food dish for meals), I was most concerned about him chewing the treat properly, but he did. But I will still watch him very carefully each time I give him one.
I’ve tried many dental treats—in an effort to keep my dog’s teeth at their best. These tiny green pieces make her very happy and they freshen her breath. I use other VOHC approved dental items as that is what my vet recommends. I wish these were on the approved list but they are not as of now anyway.
Honestly can’t believe how much my dog loves these. He really hates me brushing his teeth and I figured the toothpaste taste would turn him off. He has a hissy fit when I bring out the bag. Already bought another kind of these because these particular ones are sold out.
Ive given my dog these consistently for years, and she's never needed a dental because of these! She has very good teeth, no tarter and minimal plaque, ive actually had multiple vet techs/ Vets compliment my dogs teeth because of how good they look for her age! I work in the vet industry and its uncommon for a small dog to not need a dental at her age but because of these, not one vet has said she's needed one! She has no gingivitis or anything and a vet even said her teeth resemble "a dog of about 3 years old" due to the tarter build up! Couldn't recommend them more! She also has IBD and tolerates these very well.
My 6 month old chihuahua doesn’t seem to like them. I’m guessing she can’t chew them maybe, but they are good overall just not for my dog.
These are just the right size for my "tweenie" Dachshund with missing front lower incisors. The flavor, I guess is ok but he prefers the cinnamon flavor.
My chihuahua loves them and his teeth are clean! He hates when I brush them do these work out