Checkups Dental Dog Treats 24 Count, 2-pack

Checkups Dental Dog Treats are clinically proven to reduce plaque and tarter and freshen breath.
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Plaque forms quickly on teeth and hardens into tartar slowly with accumulation, leading to dental disease. In a clinical research study, Checkups dental treats were fed to dogs one time per day after their meal and proven to reduce plaque by 25% and tartar by 62%. Although not as effective as twice daily brushing, feeding your dog Checkups is a much easier way to improve dental health.
Checkups- Dental Dog Treats tlBrv, 24ct 48 oz. for dogs 20+ pounds, 5Units (24 Count)
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Dental disease is the most commonly diagnosed disorder in veterinary practices in dogs in the United States. Most will have dental disease by the time they are 2 years old. The best way to prevent your dog from developing dental disease as they get older is to formulate a program of dental care that starts when your pet is young.
Regular brushing (5-7 times per week), regular use of dental treats like Checkups*, as well as regular veterinary care, including dental exams, will help maintain good dental health. Checkups Dental Dog Treats are clinically proven to reduce plaque and tarter and freshen breath.
Photo provided by FlickrYour dog will feel better with Checkups dental treats – and you will, too.
Photo provided by FlickrCheckups- Dental Dog Treats, 24ct for only $14.48
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Your dog will feel better with Checkups dental treats – and you will, too. In addition to regular dental checks, Checkups are an easy way to keep your dog’s teeth and gums clean and healthy.Your dog will feel better with Checkups dental treats – and you will, too. In addition to regular dental checks, Checkups are an easy way to keep your dog’s teeth and gums clean and healthy.Choosing a Dental Dog Treat - Dogs love to chew things, especially those still it their puppy stage. A chewy texture on the dental treat is what you are looking for. Greenies is one such brand that are approved by the VOHC (Veterinary Oral Health Council). They are the #1 recommended dental chew by Vets and the owner reviews posted on websites like Amazon and Petco back up all the claims. The Greenies canine dental chews are shaped just right with bristles and grooves along with a handle valley and knuckle ends. Dogs can't get enough of these things. So beyond chew, you want the dental treats to taste good and be easy to digest. Some dogs have sensitive stomach to certain rawhides or chews, so try a few if things aren't going right. Another top brand are the C.E.T. Oral Hygiene Chews for Dogs - they offer an abrasive texture which fights plaque and tartar buildup. The enzymes also fight harmful bacteria buildup while freshening the dogs breath. Our dog prefers the Checkups Dental Dog Treats. We cut the treat in half for our smaller dog and feed him 1 a day at most. We get the 24 pack bag for roughly $18 - it lasts all month since we give him only half at one time. You will see all these products available for different sized dogs - usually based on their weight. Dog toothpaste is still available and your dog may like it, but many dogs do better with the dental chews. Want to read reviews on dog dental treats/chews? There is no better website than Amazon which literally has 1000's to read. Top brands include Greenies, Nylabone, Petrodex, Virbac, and Checkups. RECOMMENDED - We suggest you .When the results were compared, the levels of plaque and tartar on the teeth of dogs eating the Checkups treats were significantly lower than the levels on the control dogs’ teeth. Tartar is the hardened compound that must be removed from the teeth by dental prophylaxis. Reducing the tartar on the teeth by almost 2/3 is amazing! This indicates that the regular use of these treats is going to prevent a buildup of this nasty substance. Plaque is what turns into tartar if it is not removed from the tooth in a timely manner. Reducing the plaque on the surface of the teeth by 25% corresponded with the 62% drop in tartar formation. Because plaque forms so quickly, it is impossible to reduce the plaque on the teeth as much as the tartar. That is why the numbers differ so much.For best results, feed Checkups as a dental treat every day. Using the Feeding Guidelines below, feed the appropriate amount of Checkups for your dog’s weight 1-2 times daily as a dental treat. Checkups are not intended to be a complete and balanced food source and should not constitute more than 25% of your dog’s diet. As with any treat, always offer water after feeding.Plaque forms quickly on teeth and hardens into tartar slowly with accumulation, leading to dental disease. In a clinical research study, Checkups dental treats were fed to dogs one time per day after their meal and proven to reduce plaque by 25% and tartar by 62%. Although not as effective as twice daily brushing, feeding your dog Checkups is a much easier way to improve dental health.