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I tried these chews for my 13y/o female and 15y/o male Standard Schnauzers who had good teeth, but tarter and bad breath happening. Their vet had given us a sample, so I ordered them. Within a few days, their breath improved dramatically and the tarter is lessening. The female is very picky about food and treats, and she is always excited to get these. I’m a big fan so far, will continue to use these, and highly recommend them!
These upset my my dog. I am very surprised reading the comments that a vet would recommend them. Ground corn cob, corn starch, sorbitol?? These are some of the ingredients that are very bad for dogs. Never again will I buy something that a blog for animals recommend. Because it’s apart they receive a stipend for pushing this garbage. I make homemade Himalayan Yak Treats. I lost one dog to bad ingredients and I think I will continue with homemade treats.
This was recommended by my vet. Pepper had a dental cleaning and this was recommended to help him keep his teeth clean. Around 8:00 at night he comes to remind me that it’s time for his treat. We call them tooth brushes. He loves them and spins in circles at “tooth brush” time.
I have a Cairn terrier with EPI and finding a chew that doesn't upset the delicate balance of her stomach issues was a problem This was recommended by my vet to help add an enzyme chew and be digestible as well.
I brush my dog’s teeth daily and bought these as an added bonus for getting tartar off. Kenny loves them but they have way TOO many calories (48 calories per chew) to give one to a small dog daily. I weighted him this morning and see weight gain. I can’t cut back on his food for the sake of a dental stick but can’t continue giving them to him because of the high calorie content. Anyone want to buy some dental sticks for their small dog??
My Westie liked the flavor, but he chewed it quickly. It upset his GI system by the fourth and fifth day. Once I figured out the cause, I stopped giving it to him. Fortunately, he recovered by the next day.
My pups love them I give each of them a 1/2 of one every day along with brushing they are doing really well in dental hygiene
We are currently doing a food trial with our Cavalier and I was happy to find this substation for her during this time. She loves them as much as her regular dental chews.
Replaced greenies with these for our schnauzer who had pancreatitis. They’re gentler on her digestion
My dog will not let me brush his teeth. This works well to help keep them clean