Our specialist's review

By Aida Torres

Aida Torres

From now on eating gives your dog clean teeth. The Oral hygiene is important for the health of our dogs. To promote dental hygiene we should monitor if our dogs chew the food, play with dental toys and it is a good idea to offer a bone or snack at least weekly for this purpose. Greenies offer bone shaped toothbrushes with some toughness for cleaning and preventing tartar. Important to choose proper greenie size proportional to the size and weight of your dog.

Dog food offers

Greenies Single Petit

Weight

Order 2 units, don't run out of it

Make your pet happy with one of these products!

  • Calcium Bone 22 cm

    Apetitus Calcium Bone 22 cm

    3,05€
  • Ox Nerves 4 Units 12 cm

    Apetitus Ox Nerves 4 Units 12 cm

    6,10€
  • Dental Sticks 2 in 1 600 GR

    Apetitus Dental Sticks 2 in 1 600 GR

    14,40€ 4,06€
  • Natural Ham Bone for Dogs 380 GR

    Apetitus Natural Ham Bone for Dogs 380 GR

    3,05€ 2,03€

Customers who have seen this product have also purchased..

Features Greenies Single Petit

  • Reference5010394982153
  • BrandGreenies
  • Weight17 GR
  • AgeNot Specific
  • Snacks ShapeToothbrush
  • Dog SizeSmall
  • SizeS

Description Greenies Single Petit

GREENIES GR 18 SINGLE PETIT

Greenies one snack a day, helps control plaque and tartar buildup in dogs.

Made from highly soluble and digestible protein.

Meet two important elements to the health and happiness of your dog: The dental cleaning and chewing pleasure!

If you bend the Greenies dental bone, the first thing you'll notice is its flexibility.

It has a soft texture that allows your dog's teeth cross bite, which helps reduce plaque and tartar in your entire mouth.

69% reduction in tartar

10.5% reduction in plaque formation CHARACTERISTICS

100% edible

Very soluble (digestible)

It breaks into pieces easily

Help your dog chewing

Customer Reviews Greenies Single Petit

5 Stars | 1 Reviews
5 Stars
100%
4 Stars
0%
3 Stars
0%
2 Stars
0%
1 Stars
0%
By
in

Diese Zahnbürsten sind sehr gut. Unser Golden Retriever ist 12 Jahre alt und bekommt diese
schon seit er jung ist und er hat wesentlich bessere Zähne als seine 5 Jahre jüngere Labrador
Freundin. Schade dass es sie nicht mehr zu kaufen gibt.