PEDIGREE DENTASTIX Triple Action acts as a dog breath freshener that works to clean teeth and freshen breath, and has a clinically proven texture that reduces plaque and tartar buildup
Our dental dog treats have an X-shape design and are specially designed dog treats for large dogs that clean teeth and freshen breath
These tasty dog breath treats are bite-size treats and are perfect for dogs 30 lbs. or more
PEDIGREE DENTASTIX Dental Chews feature a tasty original chicken flavor your dog will truly enjoy
Feed one (1) PEDIGREE DENTASTIX Oral Care Treat every day for maximum benefits
Helps clean down to the gumline to promote healthy teeth and gums
Country of Origin: United States
Capacity (Volume): 27.52 ounces
Pet Caution Statement: No warning applicable
Intended Pet Type: Dog
Storage Instructions: Store in Dry Place
Used For: Oral care
State of Readiness: Ready to eat
Store Location: Dry
Store: Room temperature
Package Quantity: 1
Pet Lifestage: Adult
Breed size: Large
Pets subtype: Dental and hard chews
Item Number (DPCI): 083-17-1897
Treat your dog to PEDIGREE DENTASTIX Large Dental Dog Treats, the perfect snack that adds a delicious original chicken flavored boost to your dog's oral care routine. Formulated for large dogs, these chewy dog treats fight bad dog breath while delivering a delicious taste for your best friend. Give your dog all the teeth-cleaning action of PEDIGREE DENTASTIX Treats with flavors they'll love.
After giving my older GSD this product for years, he and my one year old GSD developed severe diarrhea at the same time. Vet unable to determine the cause via lab test. We removed all treats and completed a precautionary round of medications prescribed by the vet. Diarrhea stopped. Two weeks later we decided to add treats back, one by one, for a week at a time to try to discern the cause. After having ONE dentastix, Max, the older one, had diarrhea. We stopped the dentastix for Max. We gave Ursa one a week later. She had the same reaction. They are now in the garbage. This treat cost my dogs pain and suffering, stress for me (you cannot work and leave a dog with diarrhea home alone, in the house, even in the kennel.) and then there is the vet bill.
1 reply from Consumer Care team - 5 months ago
Oh no. I'm sorry to hear that. Would you mind reaching out to us directly at our website? https://www.pedigree.com/contact-us# I want to be sure my quality team knows about this.
About a month ago we brought an older , recently injured, lifelong "street" dog (adequately fed but otherwise mostly uncared-for) with terrible, yellowed teeth into our home until we can find a permanent home for him. He loves Dentastix treats and his teeth are getting whiter. He is at a healthy weight and not getting fatter.
Look this stuff up on internet. Not going to give my dogs any more. Best part is it's unnecessary to use and cannot believe this company would do this. I thought this was an ethical company, which shows how stupid I am. It's money that matters and not health of animal.