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FELINE GREENIES Dental Cat Treats
- No.1 vet recommended feline dental treat
- Cleans teeth, freshens breath, helps control tartar
- Veterinary oral health council (vohc) accepted
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FELINE GREENIES Dental Treats for Cats
Try the #1 vet-recommended feline dental treat.*
It’s Fun to 'Brush' Your Cat’s Teeth
Make Daily Cat Dental Care a Real Treat
Your cat’s oral health should be as 'purr-fect' as they are. FELINE GREENIES Dental Treats are proven to reduce tartar buildup and freshen breath for complete adult cat nutrition and daily dental care.
Healthy Cat Treats With a Great Taste
Our cat dental treats have a unique crunchy texture to clean your cat's teeth. With a variety of irresistible flavors that appeal to the discerning feline palate, our healthy cat treats are designed for easy daily dental care.
* Among U.S. veterinarians who recommend dental treats for at-home oral care
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Natural Formula Cat Treats. Powerfully Good.
- Provides added minerals, taurine, and chlorophyll for optimum cat health
- Cleans teeth and freshen breath
- Designed for daily treating
- Comes in a variety of enticing flavors to keep your cat interested at treat time
VOHC-Accepted for Tartar Control
FELINE GREENIES Dental Treats are the only cat treat to have The Veterinary Oral Health Council Seal of Acceptance for tartar control.
Cleans Teeth Daily
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|Unique Benefits||Cleans teeth and formulated for adult cats||Designed by vets to make medicine-giving easy||Delivers essential health benefits, such as hairball control, digestive care, and skin and fur health|
Feline greenies dental treats oven roasted chicken value size, 5.5-ounce , cleans teeth, freshens breath, helps control tartar.
Flavor Name: Chicken | Size: 5.5 oz. | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
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IngredientsChicken meal, wheat, brown rice, corn gluten meal, poultry fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols), oat fiber, natural poultry flavor, ground flaxseed, brewers dried yeast, minerals (potassium chloride, calcium carbonate, salt, ferrous sulfate, zinc sulfate, zinc oxide, copper sulfate, manganous oxide, sodium selenite, calcium iodate, cobalt carbonate), choline chloride, citric acid (a preservative), fruit juice color, taurine, dl-methionine, mixed tocopherols (a preservative), vitamins (dl-alpha tocopherol acetate, niacin, d-calcium pantothenate, vitamin A supplement, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride, biotin, vitamin B12 supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, folic acid), turmeric color, rosemary extract.
Feed as a snack or treat in conjunction with your cat’s regular diet. For the best dental benefit, feed FELINE GREENIES Dental Treats daily. As with any treat, always adjust amount of main meal to compensate for calories delivered by treats. FELINE GREENIES Dental Treats are formulated for cats 1 year old or older. Provide fresh drinking water at all times. See your veterinarian regularly. To help maintain freshness, we recommend sealing the bag tightly and storing it in a cool, dry location.
ATTENTION: As with any edible product, monitor your cat to ensure the treat is adequately chewed. Gulping any item can be harmful or even fatal to a cat.Cat Weight (lbs.) Treats Per Day 5 11 8 16 10 18 12 21 15 24 18 28
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Greenies are vet-approved and recommended, come in yummy flavors, are calorie conscious and are made from all natural ingredients.
Felix recently had his annual physical and the vet was super impressed with his overall physical condition; especially his teeth and oral hygiene! These oral treats are now a staple in his daily diet, along with Hill's Science Diet Adult Oral Care that I also purchased from Amazon at the same time. Thanks for a great product!
If your human is similarly stupid, you need to train him. First, try standing in front of the drawer where they're stored and meowing really loudly. Rub your human's legs and look up expectantly. If that doesn't work, try putting yourself the way of her path--which works on the principle of what humans call a tollbooth. Still no luck? Try stepping it up a more advanced technique such as the silent miaow. You can read about this, and other useful techniques, here: The Silent Miaow: A Manual for Kittens, Strays, and Homeless Cats
If all else fails, learn to open the drawer yourself. First, pick a time when your human is not home, or is home and ignoring you. You should never do this while observed because, in theory, you're not supposed to be able to do it. But it's easy. Jump on the counter, facing out. Put your paw in the handle of the drawer and push away from you. Take the bag in your teeth and jump on the floor with it. Chew it until you can get a small hole in it, then use your paw to push the treats out of the hole. Eat them ALL!
When your human returns, look innocent.
I toilet-trained my cat, in part, using these. That was before I noticed, even after training, my cat still hated going in the toilet; so I researched it a bit more and found out that a cat going in the toilet is a wholly unnatural thing - more or less just a parlor trick - and most cats that are trained to and urged to do so continue to detest it during their whole lives.
So, while she's back to the litter box, I think that's still a testament to how much she loves these things. I still offer her some regularly - at a rate where we go through one of these about once a month - so that she knows we still love her despite our having produced a baby that insists on chasing her everywhere around the house.
The only downside is that, if handled, the treats do leave a 'cat treat' smell on the hand... but that's easily rinsed/washed off - and it seems to be a characteristic inherent with 'cat treats' (at least ones that cats will eat), anyways.... so no fault given.