Your dog’s dental health isn’t just important for their teeth and gums — it can impact their overall well-being, too. One GREENIES™ Dental Treat a day can help keep their teeth clean, maintain healthy gums and freshen their breath for a sparkle in every smile.
Dogs love to sink their teeth into these irresistibly tasty, delightfully chewy treats made with a texture that helps scrape away plaque and tartar like a toothbrush. And the highly soluble ingredients make these natural treats plus vitamins, minerals and nutrients easy for dogs to digest. It’s no wonder that GREENIES™ Dental Treats for Dogs are recommended by veterinarians for at-home oral care.
But which daily GREENIES™ Dental Treat is right for your dog? We’ll cover the available varieties and options so you can choose the treat that best fits your furry friend and their lifestyle.
GREENIES™ Dental Treats are available in four sizes based on your dog’s weight. Each size offers three tempting flavors: tasty Original, fruity Blueberry and minty Fresh.
GREENIES™ Puppy 6 Months+ Dental Treats are available in TEENIE™, Petite and Regular sizes. These treats are specially made for puppies 6+ months with DHA to support brain development and calcium for teeth and jaw development.
GREENIES™ Aging Care Dental Treats are available in four sizes and designed with senior dogs in mind. These treats are formulated to support healthy joints and have a 50% softer texture* to give your older dog’s teeth a gentle clean all the way down to the gumline.
*Compared to GREENIES™ Dental Treats Original
If the vet has suggested that your dog lose some weight, GREENIES™ Weight Management Dental Treats are a great option available in four sizes. These low-calorie, low-fat treats include L-carnitine to help support a healthy metabolism.
Each size of GREENIES™ Dental Treats has a grain-free option that swaps grain products for peas and potatoes and keeps the chewy texture that helps fight plaque and tartar.
So which GREENIES™ Dental Treat is right for your dog? If you’re still looking for inspiration on which treat to try next, talk to your vet for pup-specific recommendations on which treats your dog might most benefit from and enjoy.