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Checkups- Dental Dog Treats, 24ct

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  • dental dog treats
  • wheat gluten free
  • freshens breath
  • reduces plaque by 25%
  • reduces tarter by 62%
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 10 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001T4UMM2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (336 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #365 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Checkups Earned the Prestigious Veterinary Oral Health Council VOHC Seal of Acceptance. Clinically Proven to Reduce Plaque by 25% & Tartar by 62%. Wheat Gluten Free. Highly Digestible. Helps Freshen Breath. Contains Omega-3 Fatty Acids. Stimulates Gums. Easy to Divide.


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Customer Reviews

Then Costco discontinued carrying them!
Wanda N. Bever
The treats are also wheat-free and very digestible -- eliminating two issues that have caused serious problems for dogs in the past.
Amazon Customer
My dogs love these treats, and they really do help keep their teeth clean.
Libbee

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Oliver's Owner on December 9, 2009
We have a 126 lb Bernese Mountain Dog. He is addicted to Checkups. He will sell his soul for a "white bone." I buy them at Costco for approximately $12 for the 24-count bag. Your prices are a bit steep.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Yvette on July 26, 2010
Alright so about 3 months ago I asked my vet how much a dog teeth cleaning would cost me. Because the dog would have to be put under anesthesia, she said total would be about $350. Pretty steep but I thought I should give my dog a cleaning since he was in need of one. Last month I called in to make the dental appt. and was surprised to hear their prices have gone up to $550....c'mon people, I love my dog a lot but in today's economy $550 is a lot of money, certainly almost more than a car payment. I stumbled on these Checkups at my local Costco and have been using them for a week. I am AMAZED at how well these work!!! In just a week I have noticed a real drastic reduction in plaque buildup and in the bad breath. I highly recommend these, my dog loves em so much, it's his special treat and at the same time it's helping his teeth and the bad breath issue. Can't beat that, and the Costco price is awesome! Try these.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 4, 2009
Learned about these treats from a friend who has two rescues -- a 65 lb.pit bull mix and a 50 lb lab mix. The Checkups are really excellent for helping to keep the dogs' teeth clean and better yet, the dogs -- two shelties, 8 yrs and 2 years old -- love them. They each get 1/2 a checkup bone before bedtime. The treats are also wheat-free and very digestible -- eliminating two issues that have caused serious problems for dogs in the past. Even better, during our dogs' last two annual health/dental checkups -- the vet did NOT recommend we bring the dogs in for teeth cleaning. In fact, their teeth were given the "look pretty good" comment.
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48 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Maile Scarpino on August 28, 2013
My dad bought these from costco for my two bulldogs. Just recently Liam (my male bulldog) started acting funny; he was throwing up and acting very lethargic. I did not think much of it until he started throwing up non stop. A rush to the vets and he got some liquids and an anti naushia injection. He got back home and seemed much happier but 3 am rolled around and Liam started throwing up everywhere again but this time his vomit included blood. We rushed him to the emergency vets and they took x rays and a blood test. Liam's x rays showed that his stomach was filled with air and his intestine was horribly swollen; his blood glucose was extremely low which often is due to infections and a foreign body. When I saw the quote for the price of the operation I almost passed out but my little bully deserves the best. The next day he was scheduled for surgery but things got only more complicated when Liam threw up as he was being put under causing him to inhale his own vomit (the doctor was extremely concerned that this would cause pneumonia. Luckily Liam's surgery went well and the vet was able to cut the intestine and take out the obstructing object. When I saw the object I was devastated and angry. The checkups dental dog treat was a putrified mess that was so hard it felt like rubber. I wanted to make sure it was a checkups so I cut it in half and sure enough the inner color was a light cream (ps I could barley cut the NON digested checkups treat because it had become extremely rubbery and ridged). I was extremely angry that the information on the check ups bag was not really truthful because I would have never given them to my dog knowing that they really dont digest all the way/are not 100% soluble. A banana is 100% digestible...Read more ›
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By MSHMiami on April 29, 2013
I have three large dogs (two Labs and a Rottie mix). The Labs love Checkups, eat them enthusiastically, and have no issues with them. My Rottie mix loves the taste but about 16 hours later gets very uncomfortable and starts throwing up. White chunks of the Checkups can be seen in his vomit. I'm almost embarrassed to admit that it took having this happen about three times before it finally dawned on me that it was the Checkups making him sick. It takes a day or so to get his appetite back, and I have to feed him homemade chicken and rice for a few days to get his system back in shape. To be fair, he is known to have a sensitive stomach and eats the Checkups very quickly so he may be swallowing larger chunks than most dogs, but I would NOT recommend Checkups for dogs with sensitive stomachs or those that do not chew their treats well.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By The Bear on February 15, 2010
I stumbled upon these at Costco several months ago. I'm glad I bought them!
My German Shepherd loves these treats. They are perforated and can easily bend in half. I was afraid she might reject these since she was raised on Greenies, but she loves Checkups just the same. Her teeth are very white and she never has bad breath. They are also made in the USA.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By JakeP. on December 2, 2010
These are the best dog treats ever. The dogs seem to like them and they really, really, really work. We have two Labs (a black and a yellow). The yellow is nine years old and has about the worst breath of all time. You know like when he breathes in your general direction, it causes a physical reaction. Well after about four treats (one per day), you could see err smell a significant improvement. It was amazing. They are a good chew for my guys as well (taking about 2 minutes to get through), as opposed to some other treats which go to fast or Greenies which are way too expensive. I highly reccomend. I just wish more people carried them locally.
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