Weight management dental chews for dogs
If you have a dog that is putting on a few extra pounds but you still want to care for their dental health, then Greenies Lite Dental Chews Teenie, 12 oz (43 Treats) might be the perfect product. These dental treats clean teeth and freshen breath but have fewer calories than original Greenies. They're also nutritionally complete and balanced, full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and healthy dietary fiber to aid in digestion.
The Veterinary Oral Health Council gives Greenies Lite their Seal of Acceptance for plaque and tartar control. These treats also help maintain healthy gums and fight bad breath (halitosis). Caring for your pet's oral health can help prevent gingivitis, tooth decay, and other complications. Dogs love the taste of Greenies Lite and the fun toothbrush shape.
Feed one Greenies Lite Dental Chew per day unless instructed otherwise by your veterinarian. Carefully monitor your pet while they chew Greenies Lite. Gulping large pieces or swallowing the treat whole can be harmful or even fatal. Always provide a source of fresh drinking water.
Greenies Lite are not suitable for dogs younger than 6 months of age or dogs weighing less than 5 lbs. The following table will show you which size of Greenies Lite is right for your pet.
||over 100 lbs.
||between 50 and 100 lbs.
||between 25 and 50 lbs.
||between 15 and 25 lbs.
||between 5 and 15 lbs.
Greenies Lite Dental Chews Teenie, 12 oz (43 Treats) Customer Reviews
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 2
Same great taste and benefits that regular Greenies offer but without the weight gain risk. Good if your dog is overweight already.
My puppy loves greenies! Good for his teeth too!
- Fewer calories than original Greenies for Dogs
- Reduces the risk of gingivitis and other oral care issues
- Helps control plaque and tartar
- Available in multiple sizes to fit your dog's needs
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