You can reward your puppy with the outstanding taste and nutrition of Iams Proactive Health Puppy Biscuits. The crunchy texture of these biscuits helps with teething and to control tartar build-up. They are made with real chicken, giving your puppy the taste he enjoys, which makes Iams Proactive Health Puppy Biscuits a great training treat. Each small sized treat has 18 calories.
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I have five chihuahuas. Two are adults, and three are 6 months old. I was just wondering if anyone knows if Iams Tartar Treats are safe? Have you given them to your dogs and did they like them?
Made with highly digestible ingredients, Iams Tartar Treat.
Iams Tartar Control Dog Treat Get those hidden tartar deposits out with the Iams Tartar Dog Treat. The choice of three chew sizes, perfectly cater the dental needs of every dog as it works in the dogs chewing motion to help reduce tartar buildup. Fea
IAMS tartar treats are allegedly 100% edible and digestible
"More than 80 percent of veterinarians surveyed have listed oral health problems as a top challenge they see in dogs as they get older," said Dr. Dan Carey, a veterinarian with The Iams Company. "The design of Iams Tartar Treats(TM) helps harness our dogs' natural chewing desire into an activity that can help reduce tartar."
Feeding chewy treats, bones, rawhide and treats impregnated with enzymes minimize dental plaque. Nylon bones work equally as well if the pet accepts them. Dog biscuits are of no value in preventing tartar buildup. IAMS® Tartar Treats are quite helpful as are Hills Prescription diet t/d, and CET chews and toothpaste. Iams had tests conducted at the University of Illinois using a scientifically validated artificial canine stomach and intestine model to simulate the digestive process. Iams Tartar Treats(TM) were found to be up to three times more digestible than the hard chew category leader.
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