Starmark Everlasting Treats are long lasting dental chews that are hard like a bone to help keep your dog's teeth clean. Pair them with Starmark toys for challenging chewing fun.
It features special ridges and chew action that help to remove the tarter from your dog's teeth. The unique shape encourages your dog to lick, chew, or gnaw on it. The liver flavor will make your dog beg for more.
With all chew products and treats, pets should be supervised as no product is completely indestructible. Pieces smaller than the mouth may present a choking hazard. When wet, treats may stain fabric and upholstery.
These and treat ball are great for my service dog who loves to chew. Although he has learned how to get them out. Why I like the ones that have 3 pieces the screw together, takes him longer. Again delay in receiving, when ever other items that I regularly order are backordered.
good change from chicken by tam from hillsboro.ore05/15/2013
we didnt want the dog to get tired of get one kind so we have two kind to go with. thanks
Starmark Treat by Bearchick from Texas01/24/2014
This is a good treat to give a dog for dental care and chewing. My dogs like the flavors. The only problems are that it is very hard to fit the treat into the rubber chew toy and they stain pretty badly. I would recommend giving it to your dog outside. It did keep my lab occupied for a couple of hours and he loved it.
Greatest dog entertainer ever! by kenomoney from Idaho12/30/2013
Pnut is obsessed with her chewy... her teeth are white white white.... Highly recommend this for dogs that love to chew up anything and everything.... this has helped tremendously!
A Good Product for Dogs by Greta from Mol Belgium05/06/2013
These Treats are very good for the dog.He's playing with it and it's also health. I buy them by Entirely Pets for Belgium because at the moment there were here no Treats available. His dog is a beaucheron. He is very happy now to give the treats for his young Dog. The dog,he like the treats and he played a lot with it. He really have fun.
waste of money by ponydoc from lower Alabama05/02/2013
My 75-pound dog, well within the weight range suggested, not only ate the treat, but destroyed the holding rim of the expensive toy that holds it, in the time it took me to shower... VERY disappointed.