Dentahex Oral Care Chews, Medium, 30
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By eliminating the buildup of food and plaque, Dentahex Oral Care Chews, Medium, 30 fight bad breath and help prevent tartar and gum disease in dogs. Dentahex Chews work great in conjunction with regular brushing and professionally administered care to safeguard your dog's dental hygiene.
- Tasty dental hygiene products dogs love
- Protects against plaque and tartar buildup
- Abrasive nature of the chews removes food particles, plaque, and tartar
- Formerly Dentahex Oral Care Chews, Medium, 18 oz
- Manufacturer information and usage
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 3
They are the perfect size for my 50lb dogs. Both dogs seem to enjoy them, and they are not small enough to be easily swallowed. I had smaller ones previously and my dogs would swallow them once they were softened from chewing.
I usually buy CET medium chews to clean my beagle's teeth, and they are a perfect size - not too big or small, and he can polish off the whole chew in one "sitting." I accidentally ordered the Dentahex chews when I needed replacements, instead of CET, and while I have no qualms about the quality, the chews are enormous. They are thick and tough and up to 6 inches in length (varies). Some of them are just too hard and big for my beagle to chew. When I reorder, I will go back to the CET brand.
This product is vet recommended. Its crunchy consistency allows small pieces to break off and be chewed by the pet, assisting digestion and greatly reducing the chance of gagging/choking. Additionally, there are very few additives in the product. These are the only treats that I give to my dogs.
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