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However, I will not buy the individual 0.4 oz. packs again. Too messy and too much waste. Next time I will look for a tube of this toothpaste
Not good. It will be difficult to keep fresh until used up.
The creamy colored poultry squeezes out well, onto the brush or your finger. There is no "stretching" of the paste, leaving you to "tackle" with a thin "ending", as in pulling taffy, apart.
I found this the case, though, with the clear (yes) beef paste. It seems to be somewhat of a lighter consistency, then the poultry.
At night, our cat is always waiting for me, when I go to the counter. Both pets cannot get enough of the paste.
I bought these from Entirely Pets at 50 cents each. I'm also OK with Petosan toothpaste. Would have bought Petosan except that these were so inexpensive at the time. Good for travel.
I also ordered another CET toothpaste that was packaged in a standard tube and was satisfied with that purchase. However, this product looks more like a sample would look...it is not in a closable tube. I should have looked closer before ordering.