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My Pomeranian almost died from an intestinal obstruction because of these. The first time he went to vca and I didn't know that it was from the greenies and the vet misdiagnosed it as back pain. But the second time, after displaying the same symptoms of extreme stomach tightness, shaking, and helping in pain when being picked up along with constipation and hiding in dark places, I googled greenies intestinal obstruction and saw that a hundreds of dogs have died because of these. I gave my dog some metacam as anti-inflammatory and after the greenies passed, the personality returned to normal. I wouldn't give these to my dog again.
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Same price on chewy for autoship subscription
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Same box $17.11 on Amazon with prime pantry if you got the $6 prime pantry credits to cover shipping. Much better deal
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$2.48 at petproplus if you got the $21.37 off coupon from your local newspaper.
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I would recommend getting a smaller size. They will be hard as a rock when you are towards the end of the box. The ziplock bag doesn't keep them from getting dry.
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I would recommend getting a smaller size. They will be hard as a rock when you are towards the end of the box. The ziplock bag doesn't keep them from getting dry.
Been buying these for years and never had that issue. Pretty good deal imo
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My Pomeranian almost died from an intestinal obstruction because of these. The first time he went to vca and I didn't know that it was from the greenies and the vet misdiagnosed it as back pain. But the second time, after displaying the same symptoms of extreme stomach tightness, shaking, and helping in pain when being picked up along with constipation and hiding in dark places, I googled greenies intestinal obstruction and saw that a hundreds of dogs have died because of these. I gave my dog some metacam as anti-inflammatory and after the greenies passed, the personality returned to normal. I wouldn't give these to my dog again.
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My Pomeranian almost died from an intestinal obstruction because of these. The first time he went to vca and I didn't know that it was from the greenies and the vet misdiagnosed it as back pain. But the second time, after displaying the same symptoms of extreme stomach tightness, shaking, and helping in pain when being picked up along with constipation and hiding in dark places, I googled greenies intestinal obstruction and saw that a hundreds of dogs have died because of these. I gave my dog some metacam as anti-inflammatory and after the greenies passed, the personality returned to normal. I wouldn't give these to my dog again.
Never had this issue. I have a pomeranian as well, did you buy him the correct size? He's been eating these for years.
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I've been cautious too. Apparently there's batches with eucalyptus extract or whatever which are poisonous towards dogs. Again, that's my only knowledge of it, but I'm just going to avoid these.
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Think this is about what we pay for the costco version of greenies. Been using for several years. They only have one size but we just break in half for our chiweenie. Pro-tip: place bags in airtight container and then they stay fresh for weeks/months. We use the top container of that rolling dog food container that's popular and comes up fairly regularly here.
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Do these actually help?
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Do these actually help?
Yes, these should help a bit, but brushing is the best. See list of approved products by Veterinary Oral Health Council (group that reviews clinical trials).

http://www.vohc.org/VOHCAcceptedP...e_Dogs.pdf
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These do absolutely nothing to prevent or remove tarter on my dog's teeth. Huge waste of money. Also a choking hazard. My dog's vet says to use a washcloth on the teeth daily.
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$21.23 now.
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