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Greenies Catnip Flavor Dental Cat Treat, 71g
- Unique shape and crunchy texture
- Helps to reduce tartar and plaque build up
- Offers complete nutrition for adult cats
- Maintain healthy dental care
- No artificial flavors and no artificial preservatives
Flavour Name: Catnip | Size: 71g
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Vet Recommended to keep your Cat’s Teeth Clean*
Greenies were developed by scientists, veterinarians and nutritionists who believe in the value of preventative care. Feed daily to your feline to help promote healthy teeth and fresh breath.
*By US Veterinarians who recommend dental treats for at home oral care. VOHC Recommended Products for Dogs (February 2019)
Ingredients:Chicken meal, wheat, brown rice, corn gluten meal, poultry fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols), oat fibre, natural poultry flavour, ground flaxseed, brewers dried yeast, minerals (potassium chloride, calcium carbonate, salt, ferrous sulphate, zinc sulphate, zinc oxide, copper sulphate, manganous oxide, sodium selenite, calcium iodate, cobalt carbonate), dried catnip, choline chloride, citric acid (a preservative), fruit juice colour, taurine, dl-methionine, mixed tocopherols (a preservative), vitamins (dl-alpha tocopherol acetate, niacin, d-calcium pantothenate, vitamin A supplement, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride, biotin, vitamin B12 supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, folic acid), turmeric colour, rosemary extract
Directions:FEEDING GUIDE: FELINE GREENIES dental treats are formulated for cats 1 years of age or older. For a healthy dental benefit, feed treats daily in conjunction with your cat's regular diet. As with any treat, adjust amount of main meal to compensate for calories delivered by treats. Always monitor your pet while feeding a treat. Provide fresh drinking water at all times and see your veterinarian regularly. To help maintain freshness, we recommend sealing the bag and storing in a cool, dry location.
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I stopped feeding these for a month, vomiting stopped....started up again, and sure enough the vomiting started up again as well. Tried the process again, and sure enough...same outcome.
Cat's diet has been a steady flow of the same high quality expensive grain free wet food throughout. As soon as these things went into the mix, the vomiting started. Stopped them, so did the vomiting. Started again...so did the vomiting.
It's a shame because the cat loves these things like no other, but there's something in them that obviously does not belong there, and does not fare well on my Kitty's digestive system.
Please make a healthier version, and I will definitely try them out again.
Perhaps these addictive treats should require prescriptions, as do opiates? I have another cat who will drag small bags of Greenies to the bedroom in the middle of the night and drop them on my face, so I thought I would try the bigger size container, and see how long it lasted us. Also, after a brief flirtation with "Temptations" cat treats, I wanted to see whether Greenies were worth the premium price. Tragically, it appears that my cats believe this to be the case. Don't misunderstand: a treat is a treat is a treat. But just as there is hamburger and filet mignon, there appear to be treats, and Greenies.
I will say that after a lot of years noshing on Greenies, my two older cats, Molly (15) and Cassie (13), do have very good teeth. This may be correlation rather than causation, but I'm not doing anything special in terms of dental care, and my vet is v. pleased with their teeth. I do, however, have to strictly ration the Greenies to keep their weight under control. And I'm quite sure that Fergus will hate me forever now that he can't repeat his clever trick. Until, that is, he learns to open the refrigerator.