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Breath-Less Chewable Brushless Toothpaste for Dogs & Cats
A ridged chew that helps clean pets teeth, but this one is different because it actually has a toothpaste center. In time, these will freshen your pets breath.
Our second Silky Terrier is now 10 years old, and I was determined to get her used to having her teeth brushed from an early age, so we didn't run into this tooth problem again. However, as much as I tried, even buying beef flavored dog toothpaste, she fought me every step of the way, and I eventually gave up. Her breath is now starting to smell offensive, and I don't want to spend the money to have her teeth cleaned at my vets office. What to do?
Well, Ark Naturals has a very easy solution, and it works. They sell a dog chew, which they say can be given to cats as well (as long as they like the taste), that actually has a toothpaste center! What a wonderful concept.
Ark Naturals Breath-Less Chewable Brushless Toothpaste comes in different sizes. If you have a toy breed like a Silky Terrier, it is essential that you buy the proper size chews, and these come in a 12 ounce bag that is designed for both small and medium sized dogs.
Breath-Less Chewable Brushless Toothpaste Chews come in a plastic bag with a ziplock style closure top. According to Ark Naturals, they are "highly digestible" and "breathlessly yummy". They are made from ingredients that are proven to keep a pets breath smelling fresh, and the chews are made with ridges on all sides so that when a pet chews on them, the ridges rub against the teeth, cleaning them in the process.
The center of the Breath-Less Brushless Toothpaste Chews contains the companies patented toothpaste, which is designed to help control plaque, tartar and even bacteria, which leades to tooth decay.
The package suggests giving these up to two times a day, but even once a day will produce results over time. If your pet has food allergies, you can rest assured that these "treats" do not contain any wheat, soy, animal protein, by-products, artificial colors or artificial flavors.
Ingredients are: Rice flour, honey, water, glycerin, gelatin, canola oil, citric acid, sodium bicarbonate, lecithin, cultured whey, salt, calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, flax oil, cinnamon, ascorbyl palmitate STAY-C 50, clove, cholrophyll, vanilla, glucose oxidase, sodium pyrophosphate.
I have used dog treats in the past that were designed to neutralize doggie breath, and they also contained cholrophyll, but these work better in my opinion. Our dog is a fussy eater, and she really likes the taste of these, she thinks she is getting a dog treat. They do have an odd smell, maybe from the cholrophyll, but dogs seem to like them just the same.
The package retails for $13.99, but I'd much rather spend money on teeth cleaning and breath freshening treats than take my dog to the vet and have her put under general anesthesia to clean her teeth! These do work, but it takes a little while to notice the difference.