|Package Dimensions||33.29 x 23.4 x 21.3 cm; 4.32 Kilograms|
|Item model number||369335|
|Breed Recommendation||All Breed Sizes|
|Pet Life Stage||Adult|
|Size||7 Count (Pack of 16)|
|Number of Items||4|
|Storage Information||Store in a cool and dry place. Best before date, batch number, factory identification number: see back of pack.|
|External Testing Certification||Grüner Punkt - ARA (Verpackungskennzeichen)|
|Item Weight||4.32 kg|
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Pedigree DentaStix - Daily Dental Chews For Large Dogs 25kg+, 112 Sticks
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|Breed recommendation||All Breed Sizes|
About this item
- Make sure your canines teeth and gums are clean and healthy with Pedigree Dentastix, the daily dental treat which helps build strong teeth and gums
- Designed for your large four-legged friend, packed with dog-friendly ingredients and a great taste that helps with bad breath / Daily dental chews are packed with vitamins and nutrients
- Scientifically proven to help reduce plaque and tartar build-up by up to 80% / The 'X' shape design helps breaks down plaque and tartar
- Featuring no artificial colours or flavours Dentastix are a low fat, tasty way to support healthy teeth and gums
- Items delivered: 112 Pedigree Dentastix sticks for large dogs 25kg+ (4 packets of 28 sticks) / Daily oral hygiene / Recommended by vets
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Always provide a bowl of fresh water. You might need to adjust the amount of food according to the level activity, breed and age of your dog. Allow a transition phase when offering new food.Water should always be available.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 June 2022
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So. Dunno what woof woof means, but I had a good time writing this review. I'd recommend this product, it turns my big scary Akita into an adorable clown.
They are genuine Pedigree DentaStix, with an expiry date of typically 12+ months (bought multiple boxes and all have good expiry dates). They hand no added sugar, are free from artificial flavourings and colours, and are low in fat, so your dog can enjoy without you worrying about them piling on the pounds.
There is 112 DentaStix in total, made up of 4 boxes, each containing 4 bags, each containing 7 DentaStix;
· 4 boxes
· 16 bags
· 112 Dentastix
Cereals, Derivatives of Vegetable Origin, Meat and Animal Derivatives, Minerals (including 2.4% Sodium Tripolyphosphate), Oils and Fats
I clean my dogs teeth every night and he gets one of these as an assistant treat so that he puts up with me shoving a brush in his mouth. I wouldn't trust to these for the only source of teeth cleaning. Mostly, because they are soft and gone with just a few bites - this is hardly likely to do much to remove tartar. I can't see how this can "remove up to 80% tartar" - I'd like to know where they came up with that figure!
My vet (specialist in dog dentistry) has been happy with my regime and dogs teeth. He did warn that these are fattening, but wasn't worried as the dog is exercised daily. I did have some low fat ones, but these are not marked as such.
One of my dogs is 11 years old and he has always had a Dentastix every morning. Ive never had to have his teeth descaled and touch wood, he has never had any dental issues. At a recent routine visit to the vet for a full check up, the vet commented on how clean and healthy my dogs teeth were. My dog eats mainly dry food and has fresh water to drink. He has other treats now and then but no other chews or bones. So could Dentastix be the reason my dog has had no dental issues during his life?
My younger terrier also has a daily Dentastix and her diet is identical to the old boys. She was a 3 year old rescue when she joined our family, so her teeth are young. However they were quite scaled at the time and now she is 4½ years old the scale doesnt seem to be getting any worse, if anything the scale seems to be receding.
I swear by Dentastix.
I've only once made the mistake of running out, and I felt so bad because he seriously wasn't impressed. So I started buying these from Amazon sometime in the early part of this year. They're usually a very good price and I don't have to suffer guilt for not completing his routine. Great to buy them in bulk.
He loves these from Pedigree. I did try him with the cheap Aldi ones for a couple of months, but in fairness they're half the size of the large dog version from Pedigree, and just not as nice smelling. The Aldi brand are a false economy due to the size, when compared with what I've paid from Amazon for the larger Pedigree dental chews.
Do these work? Well, we got Reggie as a rescued pup who was 9 months old. His teeth were in a terrible state with clear signs of decay. No idea what he'd been eating as a diet, I dread to think. His teeth have not deteriorated further at all over the past two-and-a-half years so I'm not inclined to stop giving him his daily stick. These do help a great deal, which is a small price to pay really. Plus, they must taste good and they're clearly good fun to eat judging by Reggie's attitude.
Previously, my son's family had a chocolate labrador who sadly had to be put to sleep early this year. He also enjoyed the sticks. When he came to our house he came straight to me, gave a bark until I went to the cupboard to give him his treat, once given he was quite content.
Hence the reason for buying this bulk pack to ensure I have a supply.