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Your Dog Will Love This Chewy Treat… And You’ll Love Its Health Benefits!

Not every dog is willing to sit patiently while a human rubs strange things against their teeth. Brushing a dog’s teeth can feel like an impossible task, but keeping cavities away doesn’t have to be a losing battle. There’s no substitute for a good brushing, but a specialized dental treat can fight plaque on a daily basis—and the best part is, there’s no brush or toothpaste involved.

There are plenty of products out there to choose from, but you need something that both you and your dog will love. If the treat is tasty enough, your dog will do all the work of cleaning their teeth without your help. And as long as the product is made from the best ingredients, you’ll love it for keeping your pup healthy. Grain Free Triple Enzyme Dental Sticks from Project Paws are exactly what you’re looking for.

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A Treat Dogs Love

Like kids and their vegetables, it isn’t always easy to get a dog to eat what’s good for them. Healthy things tend to fail the taste test, and if your dog doesn’t like it, you can’t force them to eat it.

Luckily for you, even picky pups lick their chops after devouring their daily Triple Enzyme Dental Chew. iHeartdogs customer Vanessa wrote a five-star review saying,

“Our Pibble is the fussiest eater ever and has a lot of food & environmental allergies. He absolutely loves these! He gets one before bed, and has actually begged for them before tucking himself in.”

The secret ingredient that dogs love so much is dried chicken liver. It’s good for them, and the chicken flavor keeps them begging for more.

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Low Calories and Low Fat

The trick to proper treating is making sure your pup doesn’t get more than their daily allowance of calories. You’re already giving your dog the calories they need in the form of their daily meals. Giving too many treats or treats that are high in calories can quickly add up to an obese dog.

Triple Enzyme Dental Sticks are formulated for the perfect caloric intake. Small dental sticks are only 37 calories per stick, and the large version for big dogs are 74 calories per stick. This way, you can give your pup their daily dental stick without worrying about overfeeding them. All the health benefits are packed into those few calories, and one stick a day won’t ruin your dog’s dinner.

Triple Action Cleaning

First, Triple Enzyme Dental sticks fight off the plaque already coating your dog’s teeth. Next, they control tartar by preventing built-up plaque from solidifying and attaching itself to enamel. And finally, one treat a day will cure that case of bad dog breath. In total, that’s three ways these treats are taking an active role in your dog’s dental health.

Dogs are at risk of developing cavities just like people are, and without the right kind of dental care, their overall health suffers. Too many dogs today suffer from things like gum disease and decaying teeth. It starts off as a simple problem, but dental health issues quickly lead to more serious—even life-threatening—conditions.

Not only will you and your dog love the Triple Enzyme Dental Sticks, your purchase will also benefit a shelter dog in need. It’s the only canine dental product available that donates healthy meals to pets waiting in shelters to find their forever families. You can choose between two sizes to best match your dog’s needs, and you can even buy in bulk to save money and ensure you never run out of your dog’s favorite dental treats.

Featured Photo by Bruno Nascimento on Unsplash

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information on this website is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified healthcare professional.

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Written by Amber King
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