Advantages Good for the gum health of the dog and tasty treat
Disadvantages Slightly more expensive than some
|Food according to Life Stage||Regular|
|Variety of flavours||Reasonable|
|Tooth kind?||Added fluoride|
|Nutritional Value||Claims to have vitamins, but use supplements|
We will often buy a pack or two of Baker’s Dental Sticks (on the advice of our vet) and we get them in a pack of 28 sticks, which last for one month (one a day, you see). We pay around £6.99 for the pack of 28 sticks. We buy these primarily for the gum health of our rather aging mutt and they do seem to do her some good and she finds them a tasty treat into the bargain!To look at, the sticks initially appear to be thick and rather long. They have a chewy central middle section (not that I have tried them, but I can see them when our dog chews down on them). Our dog never has to be actively encourage or cajoled into eating her sticks, she wags her tail and actually rather enjoys her daily treat, you can see it.
The ingredients in each stick are as follows:Cereals, meat, animal derivatives, minerals, vegetable protein extracts, oils, fats and antioxidants. This gives your dog a combination of protein, oil, ash, fibre, moisture, and vitamins A, D3 and E.
We use these sticks in our house not so much as a treat as such, but more to supplement her diet and to help with her gums. They are large but not so big that they are difficult to just pop under the cupboard with the rest of the tins and packs of dog foods. They are a brand I know and a brand I trust and although I can possibly find a (much) cheaper alternative, as this particular brand was actually recommended to me by our vet, bot me and the other half are happy to fork out the little extra for her as we know we are giving her an excellent quality product.Overall, there is not a lot more I can say about these sticks, other than that we thick they are an excellent quality dog treat / stick ad they are doing her some good into the bargain.
Quality product and highly recommended.
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