Dental sticks or chewing bones, what's the difference?
Is there any difference in terms of ingredients or function and why are they different in pricing? We understand that there may be questions about this and here are the answers:
Chewing bones can be anything from candy bones to actual bone fragments and dried skin. The function of the chewing bones is to satisfy the dog's natural instinct to chew and to keep the dog busy. Chewing bones is seen as a complement to the diet and as a snack or snack.
Dental sticks are chewing bones with a focus on the dog's dental health and oral hygiene. With special fibers and chewing resistance, this provides a brushing effect that helps to counteract plaque and tartar. They also contain minerals that prevent tartar.
petgood dental sticks are chewing bones that promote your dog's dental health and oral hygiene. They are also rich in protein from insects which is of high quality and a hypoallergenic protein source that is completely free of growth hormones and antibiotics.
In addition to insect protein, petgood dental sticks contains:
- Sodium hexametaphosphate: Counteracts tartar formation.
- Vitamin C: Inhibits the growth of bacterial plaque.
- Zinc: Supports healthy teeth and healthy gums.
- Mint and Parsley: Promotes healthy breath.
- Fibers: Special fibers that create a brushing effect that helps control plaque and tartar.
Our dental sticks are also developed with veterinarians and nutrition experts to promote your dog's oral and dental hygiene. Each package consists of 7 chewing bones, and the recommended dosage is one chewing bone a day in addition to brushing your dog's teeth. The ingredients are carefully selected and the product is developed together with veterinarians and dental specialists. Dental sticks should not be seen as an alternative to toothbrushing, but instead as a compliment.
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