Improve four aspects of your dog's oral hygiene with Greenies Chews
Two main factors are what make Greenies Petite (40 Treats) so effective at improving your pet's dental health: their unique shape and their texture.The chewy texture allows your dog's teeth to penetrate deeper into the treat to allow it to clean all the way to the gum line. Greenies are also shaped like toothbrushes with bristles and ridges that rub against your pet's teeth. This rubbing mimics the scrubbing action of a toothbrush to remove plaque, tartar, and food particles.
Greenies Dental Chews are made of highly digestible ingredients, and they are approved by the Veterinary Oral Health Council. Not only do they fight plaque and tartar, but they improve bad breath and maintain healthy gums. Complete oral health care for dogs by Greenies.
Feed one Greenies Dental Chew per day unless instructed otherwise by your veterinarian. Carefully monitor your pet while they chew Greenies. Gulping large pieces or swallowing the treat whole can be harmful or even fatal. Always provide a source of fresh water.
Greenies are not for dogs younger than 6 months of age or those that weigh less than 5 lbs. The following table will show you which size of Greenies is right for your dog.
||over 100 lbs.
||between 50 and 100 lbs.
||between 25 and 50 lbs.
||between 15 and 25 lbs.
||between 5 and 15 lbs.
Greenies Petite (40 Treats) Customer Reviews
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My dogs all love these. They are also good for teeth according to my vet.
- Dental treats designed just for dogs
- Fortified with vitamins and minerals
- Number one veterinarian-recommended chew
- Helps control plaque and tartar
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