Herbsmith, Dog Breath Dental Treats for Large Dogs, 15 chews
UPC Code: 617395629367
- Promotes healthy teeth and fresh, minty breath in a fun-to-eat treat
- Contains sea algae to break down tartar
- spearmint and parsley promote healthy teeth and fresh breath
- No brushing. No spraying. No struggle. Just a fun-to-eat treat!
- Minty dog breath with white teeth
Introducing a whole new way to address dog breath: Dog Breath Dental Treats by Herbsmith! Dog Breath Dental Treats are made with spearmint, parsley, and sea algae to promote healthy teeth and fresh, minty breath in a fun-to-eat treat. Fresh breath and clean teeth for your dog just got easier!
There's no brushing, no spraying and no struggle with Herbsmith Dog Breath Dental Treats. Simply feed Herbsmith Dog Breath Dental Treats after a meal for minty dog breath and pearly white teeth. Dog Breath Treats coat the teeth with active ingredients like sea algae (to soften and break down tartar and plaque buildup), spearmint and parsley to promote healthy teeth and fresh breath. They are great for dogs that are unable to undergo anesthesia for regular dental cleanings, dogs that are particularly tartar prone, and dogs whose owners want to help dental cleanings last a little longer.
Feed one dental chew per day
For Large Dogs - 41 lbs and larger
Gelatin, glycerin, sea algae, spearmint, guar gum, lecithin, egg whites, pea fiber, oil, parsley
Herbsmith Inc. seeks to redefine the way the world views herbs and animal wellness. We strive to educate the public about the benefits of our unique herbal solutions and improve overall animal wellness. Through our high quality herbal blends and continued support of our carefully selected charities, Herbsmith Inc. aspires to positively affect animals around the world.
For animal use only. This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.
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