Chewing bones to support dental health
Easy-to-digest dental treats with added green tea for fresher breath. Also suitable for puppies (4m+) as it soothes the discomfort of a teething puppy.
Chewing is a natural instinct for all dogs. Giving dogs regularly dental treats to chew on, can help them exercise their natural instincts, provide them with a proper mental stimulation, entertain them and keep their mouths clean and healthy at the same time.
Recommendations and feeding advice
Snacks and chews are not substitute for walks and playing with your dog, they should be used only as additional stimulation for your dog given as part of training, as a reward for good behaviour, or just as a tasty treat between meals.
Feed as part of a balanced diet. When feeding treats, reduce your dog’s main meal to keep them in a lean, active condition.
Do not overfeed your dog with snacks and chews. Excessive use of snacks and chews may cause gastric upset and potentially lead to obesity in dogs and other health problems.
Keep fresh water available at all times.
Prior to opening, the product should be stored in dry, cool conditions.
After opening, seal the packaging after each use and store in an airtight container in dry, cool conditions.
Keep away from direct sunlight.
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