CET HEXtra Premium Chews with Chlorhexidine for Dogs, Medium, 30 Chews
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When used with regular home dental care program, CET HEXtra Premium Chews with Chlorhexidine for Dogs Medium, 30 Chews supplement good dental hygiene. HEXtra Premium dental treats contain added chlorhexidine to protect your dog's teeth and gums.
- To be used as part of a thorough home and professional dental care regimen
- Helps make routine dental care part of your pet's life
- Antiseptic properties reduce bacteria in your pet's mouth
- HEXtra Premium Chews contain Chlorhexidine for extra protection
- Manufacturer information and usage
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 2
My dog, Magic, is the biggest pain when it comes to getting her teeth brushed. When the vet freaked out on me for brushing her teeth maybe once each month, she recommended something to add to her water bowl and these chews. I can get them for 25 bucks at my vet or for 15 from Vet Depot. Easy decision.
CET Hextra Chews almost as good as brushing
My dog loves these. A rescue dog, he came to us with teeth coated with tartar. Our vet recommended these chews when we said we wanted to avoid sedation dentistry until absolutely necessary. Our "Chico" gets one every couple of days and after a few months his teeth and his breath showed a remarkable improvement. These chews start out hard, and as the dog chews on them the coating goes to work on tartar as the chew softens from his saliva. I worried about our dog swallowing the soft part when the chew is nearly gone, but our vet says that's normal and won't harm him. Of all the treats I've bought for Chico, he loves these the best!
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