Wordless Wednesday- A review CET chews

The great people at Vetdepot.com sent me a package of CET chews to try out and review. I try to make sure both dogs have clean teeth, and giving them chews specifically for that, is a great idea. (Since I am not a good teeth brusher.) I have seen the CET chews before, and wondered how they were.  The bag says they have a special dual enzyme system, and abrasive texture. These are to help with bacteria, and also to reduce plaque and tarter build up.
 
 
I chose the chews for large dogs, but I would also like to try the small dog size for Roxy.
Of course Torrey was curious about what was in the bag. 
 
   
 
Once she got her teeth on the chew, she loved it.
 
  
 
Roxy was a little unsure. She did chew on hers, but then Torrey finished it off for her. 
 
  
 
So I need to give Roxy one, and then give Torrey hers outside or something.
 
Overall, I would say the dogs enjoy them, and for me, if they help keep their teeth cleaner and healthy, they are great. The pricing of all the products on Vetdepot.com is a discount over other sites, and they shipped super fast. So if you’re looking for some help in the doggie dental health department, the CET chews are a great product to try. 
 

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Wordless Wednesday- A review CET chews — 11 Comments

  1. Hey Torrey, Hey Roxy, Jet here. We LOVE Hextra CET chews, we’ve enjoyed ‘em for years!. Mom has to make sure to get the X-tra large size. We look for sales because they’re kind of pricey. Dr. Schaffer recommends them and we love Dr. Schaffer. I used to steal Koko’s chew because she nibbled where I chomped. JJ keeps pace with me so, no chance of stealing from her. Puffy and Fluffy thought their feline thingies were ok, not great. Glad you got to try them, too.
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  2. There are two types of Virbac chews. I always get the Hextra ones…the word Hextra is on the label. It has much more of
    the dental help ingredient than the less expensive ones. I have two very old Akitas…they will be twelve on Feb 2 2012. Twelve is
    quite old for larger dogs. The female had bad breath while the male didn’t. My vet recommended these chews…but the internet has them for quite a bit less money. I buy them by the bunch as free delivery kicks in after a certain amount and since I know my dogs love them it isn’t a problem. After about 3 years my female, Sammy, has scentless breath and great teeth. Get the size large enough so your dogs don’t swallow them before thoroughly chewing as it can scatch the throat. My guys do that once in a while…we use the large size, but they recover quickly. They just love the taste…and the scent of the treat isn’t overly strong and is quite pleasing. Hope this helps you make a decision. After years of daily use my dogs are still in great shape and have fantastic teeth.

    Jeff Lunt

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