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C.E.T.® VEGGIEDENT® FR3SH® Tartar Control Chews for Dogs

A Healthy Solution for FRESH BREATH and MORE.

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  • Plant-based alternative to rawhide chews—free of animal protein and wheat gluten
  • 3-way performance that cleans teeth, freshens breath, and supports proper digestion:
    • CLEANSE - Addresses oral causes of bad breath
    • FRESHEN - Innovative breath-freshening effect
    • BALANCE - Includes a prebiotic known to promote a balanced and healthy gut flora

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  • VOHC Seal for tartar control
  • Proprietary Z-shape - Maximizes prehension, allowing the chew to scrape away tartar in hard-to-reach places and enhances the mechanical action of chewing
  • Proven to reduce plaque by 37% and tartar by 70% when given daily5
  • Improvement of bad breath was perceived by 90% of pet owners and 87% would recommend the product1
  • Palatability: Prehension – 100%, Total consumption – 92%3
  • Packaged in resealable pouches and available in:
    • Extra Small (<11 lbs.)
    • Small (11-22 lbs.)
    • Medium (22-66 lbs.)
    • Large (>66 lbs.)

 

Ingredients:

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Corn starch, glycerin, soy protein isolate, rice flour, brewers dried yeast, sorbitol, ground corn cob, erythritol, potassium sorbate (preservative), water, inulin, pomegranate.

 

References:

  1. Chala V, Chaix G, Navarro C, Espuna G. Evaluation of breath freshening effect in dogs following chew administration: an open field trial. In: Proceedings from the European Veterinary Conference Voorjaarsdagen; April 11–18, 2018; The Hague, Netherlands.
  2. Flickinger EA, Schreijen EMWC, Patil AR, et al. Nutrient digestibilities, microbial populations, and protein catabolites as affected by fructan supplementation of dog diets. J Anim Sci. 2003; 81:2008–2018.
  3. Chaix G, Lloret F. Palatability in dogs of a new vegetable dental chew (VeggieDent® FR3SH™) which helps to reduce plaque and calculus formation and helps to maintain a healthy and fresh breath. In: Proceedings from the 27th European Veterinary Dental Forum; May 31–June 2, 2018; Innsbruck, Austria.
  4. Clarke DE, Kelman M, Perkins N. Effectiveness of a vegetable dental chew on periodontal disease parameters in toy breed dogs. J Vet Dent. 2011;28(4):230–235.