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Introducing the Perfect Addition to Your Pet’s Oral Care Routine

Believe it or not, dental care is one of the most important ways to keep your pets healthy throughout their lives. It’s also something easy to let slide from your calendar and your mind, which can lead to bacteria buildup, plaque, bad breath, and even periodontal disease. That’s why we’re proud to introduce Enzadent® Dental Chews and Dentahex™ Oral Care Chews, your new best friends in the fight for your pet’s oral health.

To understand how these chews work, it’s important to understand dental health. After your pets have a meal, tiny food particles and bacteria gather to form plaque – just like with humans. And just like humans, routine dental care can dramatically reduce the chance of tartar buildup, periodontal disease and bad breath. Believe it or not, periodontal diseases is the single greatest cause of health problems in pets, so prevention is crucially important to the quality of life of your pet.

Dentahex™ is made of 100% natural beefhide and has an abrasive texture that scrapes away plaque and tartar buildup on teeth and at the gum line. It also contains Chlorhexidine, which works as a natural antiseptic to help reduce bacterial growth that may lead to dental health issues.

Enzadent® Dental Chews combine enzymes found naturally in your pet’s saliva and uses the natural abrading action of rawhide chews to help your pet remove food particles before they become a problem. The best part is that Enzadent® tastes great – so your pets will love chewing on them.

Better yet, because dogs of all sizes need help with oral care, we’ve made our dental chews in four sizes. Whether your dog is petite, medium, large or extra lovable, there’s an dental chew to help them clean and polish their teeth naturally.

Just remember: because these are rawhides, supervise your pet while they chew, and keep plenty of water on hand. We recommend they don’t eat a whole rawhide all at once.

Want to know more? Talk to your veterinarian today. They’ll be able to help you create the right plan for protecting your pet’s oral health.