Pedigree DentaStix Daily Oral Care dog dental chew sticks were developed with the help of vets and nutritionists at The Waltham Centre.
Dentastix dental treats for dogs are low in fat, with no added sugar and free from artificial colours and flavours; a healthy dog treat with benefits.
Pedigree daily dog chews available in single & multipack & in different sized packs to provide effective oral care for small, medium and large dogs.
At Pedigree we are committed to building a better world for us and our dogs.
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|Analytical constituents (%):
|301 kcal/100 g
|Additives per kg:
|Zinc (Zinc sulphate, heptahydrate):
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (8)
Archie here..... a chihuahua cross..... I have been given these to try....... in my opinion I accept them as a treat and retreat to somewhere quiet to chew......yes tasty, yes moreish, yes I like them.....as for my breath, it still honks lol but I will keep chewing these treats if given to me. My review is over....back to annoying next doors cat
I don't have a dog
was sent these as a free sample. trouble is, I don't have a dog. Gave them to a friend (who does have a dog) and he said the dog enjoyed them. I think they would've been too hard for my gnashers.
Dog loves these, but dont freshen his breath
Im reviewing this product because I got a free sample from Ocado. My spaniel has trouble chewing and I found these to be the perfect size for him. He tends to have a sensitive stomach and these havent caused him any discomfort. My only complaint being the chews dont freshen his breath, so have to also use other products.
Dog seems to love them
Has chosen these over other brands that we buy.
Dog likes them
Dog loves these, but it's hard to judge how effective they are. She does gnaw and nibble on them using all her teeth though, and her teeth are in good shape...so I assume they're helping!
Very popular with the dog!
My gripe is that at their price and weight, they are almost twice as expensive as the large dentasticks. Seems pretty unfair. I'm going to try buying the big ones and cutting them in half.