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Hi everyone! My name is Ivan. My doggy Verlaine is 12 yo and it's health is important for me because he's like a baby for me =).

I've found much of information in topic of treating dogs in forums and it's very convenient. But still I'm going to the vet for more confidence. I talking not about myself I talking about my handsome dog. I want to draw your attention not to treatment but to health.

Teeth of our pets plays a very important role and the care of these should be daily. Just like we brush your teeth every time after a meal, they also need it 2-3 times a day.

I want to offer you best Dog chew treats I've found https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078YZPC5S
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I've never seen those treats.
Are they hard treats or soft?
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Hey. This chew treat has an individual constituency.
It's not a long lasting. When the dog begins to chew it, it softens to a certain level and due to this the teeth completely penetrate into the 7 Dental Effects and are cleans completely.
Also, the gums are massages, which helps to strengthen them. It's all like the people but you do not have to suffer and torture the dog with a toothbrush and paste.
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Hey. This chew treat has an individual constituency.
It's not a long lasting. When the dog begins to chew it, it softens to a certain level and due to this the teeth completely penetrate into the 7 Dental Effects and are cleans completely.
Also, the gums are massages, which helps to strengthen them. It's all like the people but you do not have to suffer and torture the dog with a toothbrush and paste.
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This chew treat has an individual constituency. It's not a long lasting.
When the dog begins to chew it, it softens to a certain level and due to this the teeth completely penetrate into the 7 Dental Effects and are cleans completely. Also, the gums are massages, which helps to strengthen them. It's all like the people but you do not have to suffer and torture the dog with a toothbrush and paste.
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lol "torture" ?
I don't regularly brush my dogs teeth but I have done it but I don't think I've "tortured" them.
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Hey. This chew treat has an individual constituency.
It's not a long lasting. When the dog begins to chew it, it softens to a certain level and due to this the teeth completely penetrate into the 7 Dental Effects and are cleans completely.
Also, the gums are massages, which helps to strengthen them. It's all like the people but you do not have to suffer and torture the dog with a toothbrush and paste.
My dogs aren't thrilled at getting their teeth brushed, but they don't really care either. They're ok with it. It's definitely not torture.

I also give my dogs chew treats, but I don't personally really like the ingredients of these ones to be honest. I think there are healthier 'natural' ones out there that are great at cleaning teeth like beef tendon, rabbit ears, bully sticks, tripe sticks, raw chicken wings/feet or even raw carrots.
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About this topic i would like to say when the dog begins to chew it, it softens to a certain level and due to this the teeth completely penetrate into the 7 dental effects and are cleans completely...
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