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    Hi there I at last found something that my little Lucy will chew that is supposed to be good for her teeth. She hated the Dentasticks.
    But likes the Greenie Teeny size.
    On the pack it says its ok for one a day.
    I am curious to know if anyone else uses them and are happy with them.
    Lucy is a little foxy I dont want her getting fat on them?

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    My vet is a fan of them....i cant remember the price but they where way to expensive for my goofs to just crush in a few minutes. Mojo got one when he graduatede puppy kindy and he seemed to enjoy it.


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    I dont like processed products they're grain byproducts and other junk. Give your dog a chicken or turkey neck and graduate up to lamb flaps etc. Two for one deal, healthy teeth and a whole meal

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    Hi Jenr

    I'm with Sean, things like that don't last very long (30 seconds of joy?) around here.

    Frosty has a cow hoof at the moment - it's quite menky stinky but not as bad as a regular bone. I can't feed her regular bones unless I stand over her and then take them away after she starts busting them up. About 15 minutes with a marrow bone. The softer stuff like chicken necks - she swallows whole and chucks up later. YUCK - so I don't give her those either.

    I make my decisions about what is ok - mostly based on how yuck the clean up is, and what her poos are like. Too much rawhide is a problem, so are pigs ears (give her the runs - not worth it for 3 minutes of joy). She quite likes dentasticks - so she gets them occasionally - like one a month maybe.

    I also like to feed her the occasional bit of roo jerky. Again it's about 2 minutes of joy if I'm lucky - but it's lean dry meat - so I think is pretty ok on the food side of things. And I'm supporting the roo meat industry which I think is a good thing in Australia.

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    Lucy doesnt like the Dentasticks and the chicken necks I cut up for her otherwise she will try to bury them under the lounge cushions

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    I do love an update.

    Burying chicken bits - yuck...

    Might have to feed them before dinner and take them away if she leaves the designated spot with them.

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