Introduce a new love of “brushing” with the fun shape of the WHIMZEES Stix Dental Dog Treats. Totally edible and easily digestible, these vegetarian and all-natural treats help to freshen breath and reduce buildup on your dog’s teeth. They’re free of gluten so it’s a great solution for dogs with sensitivities, and they’re made with natural ingredients that have vitamins and antioxidants. Dental hygiene is as important for dogs as it is for humans, and Whimzees dog treats make it easy for dogs to clean their own teeth.
Product comes in three sizes:
- Small - For Dogs 15-25 lbs
- Medium - For Dogs 25 - 40 lbs
- Large - For Dogs 40 lbs+
- Edible, vegetarian, gluten-free dental treat is a healthy option for dogs with gluten intolerance or food sensitivities.
- Knobby shapes ensures proper blood flow through the gums and prevents bad breath and tartar buildup.
- Hollow shapes and spaces allow the teeth to easily grip and chew, with grooves that get in between the smaller spaces.
- Low fat and rich in vitamins and antioxidants, plus fibre to promote regularity and aid in good digestive health.
- Produced sustainably with no artificial ingredients, colours, flavours or preservatives or GMOs, gluten or meat.
Not suitable for dogs under the age of 9 months. Not suitable for dogs under 5 lbs in weight. As with any edible product, monitor your dog to ensure the treat is adequately chewed. Swallowing any item without thoroughly chewing it may be harmful or even fatal to a dog. Not for human consumption. Keep out of the reach of children.
Potato Starch, Glycerin, Powdered Cellulose, Lecithin, Dried Yeast, Malt Extract, Sweet Lupin Meal, Alfalfa Extract, Paprika Extract.
- Small - 44 calories per stick
- Medium - 88 calories per stick
- Large - 176 calories per stick
- We recommend one properly sized treat per day.
- Not suitable for dogs under the age of 9 months.
- Always have fresh water available for your dog.
- As with any edible product, monitor your dog to ensure the treat is adequately chewed. Swallowing any item without thoroughly chewing it may be harmful or even fatal to a dog.