Clean your cat's teeth and gums with Feline Greenies Dental Treats
Feline Greenies Ocean Fish Flavor, 3 oz has a teeth-cleaning shape and a delicious ocean fish flavor. Greenies are the number one veterinarian-recommended dental treat for cats, and they're approved by the Veterinary Oral Health Council for tartar reduction and plaque control. The crunchy texture encourages cats to chew the treat, and the grooves and ridges mimic the way a toothbrush scrubs teeth. Feline Greenies scrape away plaque, tartar, and food particles. This is important to help prevent tooth decay, gum disease, and even more serious complications like liver, kidney, or heart disease caused by bad oral hygiene.
Not only do Feline Greenies Fish Flavor taste great, but they have less than 2 calories per treat. They're also nutritionally complete and balanced with added vitamins, minerals, taurine, and chlorophyll. Choose Greenies for Cats today.
Feed your cat Feline Greenies Dental Treats according to the following table unless instructed otherwise by your veterinarian. Always make sure your cat chews the treats and does not gulp or swallow them whole. Provide a source of fresh water at all times.
|Over 15 lbs.
||10 to 12 pieces daily
|10 to 15 lbs.
||8 to 10 pieces daily
|5 to 10 lbs.
||6 to 8 pieces daily
Feline Greenies Ocean Fish Flavor, 3 oz Customer Reviews
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 1
Mighty picky cat -- much more than the average picky cat -- would eat the whole bag -- one at a time from my hand, of course. It's so good to see him love something that is good for him. Rate this 5 stars from Rambeau.
- Cat treats that remove plaque and tartar
- Helps prevent gum disease
- Less than 2 calories per treat
- Approved by the VHOC
- Formerly known as Feline Greenies Fish Flavor, 2.5 oz
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