C.E.T VeggieDent Chews for Extra Small Dogs (15 count) Size: X-Small.

C.E.T VeggieDent Chews for Extra Small Dogs (15 count) Size: X-Small.
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Satisfy your dog's need to chew, and clean his mouth at the same time, with CET HEXtra Premium Chews. Dogs have the natural compulsion to chew in order to relieve stress or cure boredom. This is especially true for puppies. For any dog, the need to chew is an urge that must be satisfied. Instead of sacrificing your shoes to the puppy's chewing urge, give the dog something beneficial to chew with CET's brand of chews. These chewy strips work like rawhide pieces to help your dog exercise his natural need to chew. They also prevent excess stress on the teeth and gums. Unlike rawhide, the CET HEXtra Premium Chews contain chlorhexidine, an antiseptic that helps clean your dog's mouth every time the dog chomps down on the CET chews. These strips are also petite to fit a small dog's mouth. The CET HEXtra Premium Chews are made to please any dog, no matter his or her size.
C.E.T® VeggieDent® Chews for Extra Small Dogs (15 count)
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C.E.T. ® VEGGIEDENT® Tartar Control Chews for Dogs have an exclusive Z-shape which works with a dog’s chewing action to reduce plaque and decrease tartar formation. These palatable chews have no animal-origin ingredients. Available in 3 sizes; Extra-Small for dogs under 15 lbs, Small for dogs 15-44 lbs and Regular for dogs larger than 45 lbs. Each chew is designed with the bite strength and chewing needs for each size dog. CET VeggieDent Chews for Small Dogs (30 chews)
Photo provided by FlickrC.E.T VeggieDent Chews for Extra Small Dogs (15 count) Size: X-Small.
Photo provided by FlickrC.E.T VeggieDent Chews for Extra Small Dogs (15 count) Size: X-Small.
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C.E.T. VeggieDent Chews for Dogs are vegetable-based dental chews to clean your dog's teeth down to the gum line, and freshen breath at the same time. The tough, chewy consistency helps significantly reduce plaque and loosen tartar through your dog's natural chewing action. The Z-shape design makes it easy for your dog to hold while chewing, too. C.E.T. VeggieDent Chews are a great way to help care for your dog's teeth between brushing, while providing a fun, chewy treat your dog will love. C.E.T. VeggieDent Chews are available in two sizes, Small for dogs weighing 15-49 lbs and Regular for dogs weighing above 40 lbs.CET VeggieDENT Chews are a vegetable-based chew and may help reduce plaque buildup and tartar in dogs. The chews are in a Z shape, which helps clean your pet’s teeth when they chew it. They come in small and regular sizes and it’s best to try the smaller one first then work up to the large as needed. It is important for your pet to thoroughly chew CET chews, as swallowing the chews in large pieces or whole will not provide the teeth cleaning and can cause your pet to have an upset stomach. One chew daily is recommended, but contact your pet's veterinarian for specific recommendations.Personally, I am not that fond of CET Chews Petite for small dogs. However, my mini-Doxie, Roxie, thinks they are the greatest thing since sliced Badger. At 12:00 midday, Roxie gets her Chewy, and she tells time exceedingly well. Eyes bright, ears alert, flag up, (Roxie is a longhair), she starts her routine at 11:30, and continues to let us know she is Chewy deprived until we give in and issue one. Though normally a truthful little soul, she will lie, without blinking or troubled with remorse, if asked by one or the other of her Big People if she has had her Chewy. To say she loves them is inadequate. She ADORES her CET Chewys. Her Vet recommended them, so they must be good for her as well. A great product, or as Roxie would say: WOOF!!!On the minus side some pet parents may feel uncomfortable that CET chews are manufactured in Vietnam. In addition, these are a relatively calorific chew, coming in at just over 100 calories each. This can represent a considerably proportion of a small , so be careful to balance giving this dental treat by slightly reducing your dog’s meal size.