Dog dental chews don't come better than our Croc Bites.
These snappy snacks are a genius chew that have ridges and nubs to get in-between your dog's teeth and massage the gum line to increase blood flow, keeping their mouth healthy.
The ingredients used have fantastic properties to help with your dogs Oral Hygiene. Dogs get the added benefits of the healthy ingredients, while tasting the delicious taste of Sweet Potato.
Benefits include* Rawhide-free & Meat-free* Gluten-free, Grain-free Sugar-free* Vegetarian*
Highly digestible & gentle on dogs stomachs
* Helps reduce plaque & tartar build up
* Using only natural ingredients
* Low in Fat
* Shelf life 24 months
Benefits of the ingredients:- Sweet potatoes are great for digestive health because they're high in dietary fibre. They're also low in fat and contain vitamin B6, vitamin C, and manganese. Also, a sweet flavour they'll love. Peas are amongst the healthiest veg for your dog. A great source of vitamins A, B, & K. Packed with iron, zinc, potassium, and magnesium. Richin protein, high in fibre.
Over 70% of the composition is made up from sweetpotato & peas alone.Brewer's yeast is rich in antioxidants which can make your dog's skin healthier and coat shinier. Calcium Carbonate is added to pet food as a source of calcium, which is an essential mineral for dogs. Algae Spirulina Spirulina as part of a dogs daily supplementation,you may notice a more lustrious coat, fresher breath, and better overall pysical condition. Fennel Fennel has a host of uses and a minimal list of side effects, which makes it great for use with canines Amongst other reasons to use fennel, it is high in calcium and iron. Calcium is important when it comes to maintaining healthy teeth and bones. Coconut oil The lauric acid in coconut oil helps kill the bacteria that causes tooth decay and stinky breath in your dog's mouth. Green tea extract.Catechin helps prevent tartar build-up by reducing gum inflammation, and reduces bad breath. Green tea extract is therefore a good way to prevent the progression of gum disease in both dogs and their owners!