Kaya’s Kitchen Himalayan Milk Chews
Plaque and tartar aren’t your best friend’s best friend. And bad doggie breath is no one’s best friend. But daily brushing isn’t always easy, for you or your dog. That’s why we recommend a chew a day between yearly vet visits. Giving your dog a daily dental chew is the most convenient, effective and playful way to reduce plaque, tartar and bad breath;
Dental disease is the number one health issue for dogs, affecting 80% of adult dogs and up to 96% of senior dogs. That’s why it’s more important than ever to take an active role in your pup’s at-home dental care. Poor oral health can negatively impact your dog’s overall health. Unless you give the right combination of care.