Last week, a parcel dropped through my letterbox. I wondered what it could possibly be as I wasn't expecting anything. You may remember back in February, I wrote a review about Joint Treat Bones which Archie had tried. It turns out that the company who make these, VetVits, have added to their range and they asked me if Archie would like to try one of their new products, Denta Fresh Chews.
Along with a pack of chews, the company sent me some information about the product as well as information about canine oral health. As with most things, prevention is better than cure, so it's only sensible that dogs should have their teeth and gums looked after.
The smell of the Denta Fresh Chews is quite similar to smokey bacon. It obviously smells appetising to Archie as there was no hesitation from him, as soon as he was offered one he was chewing. Denta Fresh Chews have a triple action, Zeolite which is a specialist abrasive aids food removal and so helps to keep teeth clean and gums healthy. The texture and shape of the chew aids teeth cleaning and works on the hardest to reach areas. DentaSpark HMP is a unique and advanced mineral that helps to reduce plaque formation.
Archie isn't keen on having his teeth cleaned in the usual manner, but I can tell by his funny face whilst he's chewing that the Denta Fresh Chew is getting in to all the areas that he doesn't like a toothbrush to go.
Denta Fresh Chews are available in two sizes tailored to an individual dog's size and the cost is £7.45 for 28 Small/Medium Chews or £8.45 for 28 Large Chews. You can tell that Archie was impressed, I don't think it'll be any problem to keep his teeth clean with these.
VetVits also make products for cats and horses as well as dogs so do take a look at their website.
I should just mention that the product was sent to me free of charge but I have not been paid for writing this review.
If I was VetVits I'd be well pleased with this post. Flighty xxReplyDelete
Thank you. Archie was certainly impressed with the product.Delete
Oh I LOVE that last photo of Archie with the bag of chews - it is seriously cute. All my cats have been keen on smokey bacon flavour. Thanks for your supportive comments on my last post. Everyone has been nicer today - which makes things easier! JxReplyDelete
Archie's such a cutie. Glad to hear that things have been a little easier today, long may it continue.ReplyDelete
It sure looks like Archie is enjoying them..he is just adorable (and will have the best kept teeth on the block no doubt!).ReplyDelete
Archie definitely enjoys them and his teeth are now sparkling white.Delete
I might get some of these for Logan,it sounds like Archie is happy with them and you are impressed with the results. What a perfect model he is here!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing this Jo.
I can definitely recommend the Joint Treat Bones too. In fact, I'd decided that I would buy more of these when Archie tried them earlier on in the year but forgot all about it. I'm certainly going to put an order in now. It makes a change to be giving Archie treats which are good for him, he gets far too many which don't do him any good at all.Delete
Lucky you and lucky Archie!ReplyDelete
I'm half way through Double Comfort. Enjoying it.
Can you send me your address via my email:
It's nice to be asked to review products, and Archie enjoys it too when the products are for him.Delete
Just a question or two: how old is Archie? Gaspard, our Cavalier King Charles is 10 months old (today!) and our vet has not mentioned the fact he needs to have his teeth brushed. When did you start trying to clean Archie's teeth?
Thank you so much.
Archie was two in May. I started cleaning his teeth with a doggy toothbrush and toothpaste when he was a puppy. I thought the younger he was, the quicker he'd get used to it, but he really isn't keen. Dogs can get tooth decay and gum disease just the same as humans, and many dogs end up having to have surgery to have teeth removed. I hope that these chews will help get to the places where I'm unable to reach with the toothbrush.Delete