Reduce plaque and tartar with Feline Greenies Dental Treats
Choose Feline Greenies Savory Salmon Flavor, 3 oz if you need a convenient way to maintain your cat's oral hygiene at home. Greenies Dental Treats for Cats are an effective way to control plaque and tartar between regularly scheduled veterinary cleanings. These treats accomplish this because of their unique shape and texture that use mechanical abrasion to scrape away food particles, plaque, and tartar.
Keeping your cat's teeth and gums clean can have a big impact on their overall health. Not only can it help prevent gum disease (gingivitis), but poor dental health can lead to more serious conditions like liver, kidney, or heart disease. Order Feline Greenies Salmon Flavor, 3 oz and take charge of your pet's dental hygiene 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 Savory Salmon Flavor, 3 oz Customer Reviews
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 1
My cat doesn't really chew these like she is supposed to; she just swallows them but when she hears the bag she gets really antsy for them so that's how I know they are good if she acts like that. I don't know if they really clean teeth that well because when she goes for them she just inhales them!
- Treats for cats that reduce plaque and tartar
- Contains less than 2 calories per chew
- Reduces the risk of gingivitis and other oral care issues
- Formerly known as Feline Greenies Salmon Flavor, 2.5 oz
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