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C.E.T.® VEGGIEDENT™ Tartar Control Chews are vegetable-based; giving pet owners another choice in caring for their pet’s teeth. Dogs love the unique, easy-to-hold “Z” shape, the taste, and the tough, chewy consistency.
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Virbac Canada's products are available from veterinary clinics. To find out what your pet needs, ask your veterinarian. Detailed technical information for veterinarians is available from a Virbac Territory Sales Manager.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Can C.E.T.® VEGGIEDENT™ Tartar Control Chews be given to dogs with a history of recurrent cystitis (bladder infections) or urinary crystals and/or stones?
For dogs with a history of urinary tract issues, we do not have any studies that demonstrate the effect of C.E.T. VEGGIEDENT Chews on urine pH. Depending on the type stone/crystal the dog had in the past, it may need acidic or basic urine. Again, the veterinarian must weigh the cost versus the benefit to the individual patient.
If the dog should not receive treats other than a prescribed diet, C.E.T. 0.12% Chlorhexidine Rinse or any C.E.T. Toothpaste should be recommended for home dental care.
Can C.E.T.® VEGGIEDENT™ Tartar Control Chews be given to pets with chronic conditions such as kidney or liver disease or diabetes?
As in C.E.T.® Oral Hygiene Chews and C.E.T.® HEXTRA® Premium Chews, the calorie content and makeup of the C.E.T. Chews must be considered in light of the pet’s current diet. The veterinarian must weigh the risk versus the benefit in patients with chronic disease.
Are C.E.T.® VEGGIEDENT™ Tartar Control Chews good for all dogs with food allergies?
C.E.T.® VEGGIEDENT™ Tartar Control Chews contain no animal proteins or by-products — no beef, chicken, or pork. C.E.T. VEGGIEDENT Chews do contain corn, soy and rice, which can be allergens in some dogs.
If a dog is allergic to animal proteins, C.E.T. VEGGIEDENT Chews are a great option.