After your pet finishes a meal, tiny food particles combine with bacteria to form plaque. Plaque, if not removed, eventually hardens into calculus or tartar, and can ultimately lead to periodontal disease. If left untreated, periodontal disease is the single greatest cause of health problems in pets. Regular veterinary check-ups and professional “dental cleanings” are an important first defense in controlling and preventing periodontal disease. Routine home dental care is equally important in helping keep your pet and its teeth healthy. Simply brushing food debris and plaque from the teeth and gumline can greatly reduce the chance of tartar build-up, periodontal disease, and bad breath. Enzadent Oral Care Chews combine enzymes found naturally in your pet's saliva with the natural abrading action of beefhide to help remove food debris before it become a problem.
Remember, your pet depends on you and your veterinarian for all its health care. Ask your veterinarian about the many different home oral care options available to you.
Ingredients: Beefhide, Water, Flavor, Salt, Maltodextrose, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Primary Dried Yeast, Dried Whey Protein Concentrate (source of Lysozyme, Lactoferrin and Lactoperoxidase).
I have tried many brands of dental chews for my 70 pound dog, and this is by far my favorite. In general, a good percentage of the bag contains thick chews that take her some time to get through. The longer she spends chewing, the more she is working to clean her teeth. My little girl gets one of these chews every day after getting her teeth brushed. They are a great reward!
Enzadent Oral Care Chews are AWESOME! by Bev02/24/2012
Usually my Golden Retriever doesn't like chews that are 'good' for her, but she LOVES these and they clean her teeth too! I'll be back for more! :o)
Great price & he loves them by Rifkin's mom02/29/2012
We previously got these from the vet at twice the price. They were recommended for dental health & my dog absolutely loves them. We tried a different brand & he didn't really like them. He whines & begs for his chew treat daily. They are a bit messy (not quite as bad as rawhide) & we do sometimes need to wash his face off afterward to keep his chin fur from getting crunchy. BUT HE LOVES THEM!
We prefer the large ones even though he isn't a larger dog because they keep him occupied a lot longer.
Great Chews! by Money Miser01/23/2012
Both dogs have been using these for a couple of years. Last two vet trips... the Doctor said teeth look great , so I'll keep using them. A bit more expensive than brushing their teeth, but a heck of a lot easier. Plus, they both love them.