We're constantly looking for ways to keep Those Brindle Kids' teeth clean. Truly's last visit to the vet for teeth cleaning with anesthesia was stressful. The panting, the whining, the crying, etc. I don't think Truly liked it much either. ;)
This works o.k., but not nearly well enough to prevent another vet trip.
Never Say Never Greyhounds makes a suggestion about something, we listen. She posted a message on the listserv letting everyone know Best Bully Sticks were on sale. They're supposed to be good for cleaning teeth, they're supposed to be safe and the dogs are supposed to like them. I hate the rawhide chews because they cause "unfortunate" digestive issues. So we ordered a trial supply of the sticks. They arrived quickly.
It was hard to get a good photo of Maggie because she was very excited and moving too much. She's blurry in almost every shot.
I was looking at the remaining sticks while Those Brindle Kids were working on them. I wondered what kind of bones they are. Bones splinter, don't they? So I looked them up. They're not bones at all. They're made from free-ranging, grass-fed Brazilian bull pizzle. Pizzle? I looked it up, too. If you don't know what pizzle is and want to know. Click here.
Despite the gross factor, Best Bully Sticks are a hit. Thanks, Jennifer!