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  • Greenies 10055806 Treat-Pak for Dogs, 12-Ounce, Teenie
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Greenies 10055806 Treat-Pak for Dogs, 12-Ounce, Teenie

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  • Easy to digest
  • Cleans Teeth
  • Irresistibly Chewy
  • Added vitamins and minerals
  • The #1 vet-recommended dental chew, among veterinarians that recommend dental chews for at-home oral care
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 10.2 x 12.7 cm ; 358 g
  • Shipping Weight: 426 g
  • Item model number: 018GRN02-T12
  • ASIN: B000KAHPZ8
  • Date first available at Oct. 25 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,427 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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One Greenie dental chew wach day helps conrol plaque and tartar build up and can freshen your pets breath. Greenies are filled with a blend of high quality protiens that start to break down as soon as they enter the animals mouth. There are 5 distinct sizes and textures to match natural chewing motion for various pets.


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By Vicki Johnson on Nov. 19 2014
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My dog loves these Greenies !!!
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239 of 246 people found the following review helpful
Our Dogs LOVE These and We Do Too! Aug. 3 2008
By J. Intlehouse - Published on
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I have been feeding our dogs Greenie bones since they first came out and we have NEVER had a problem. I have German Shepards, Dobermans and medium sized hound dogs. They all love their GB's and I find that because our Dobie tends to be a "garbage belly" (meaning she'll eat anything!), so sometimes she doesn't smell as nice as she should, really benefits from the "green" in Greenie Bones. I would like to know where "E. Antic" gets his/her information I can find nothing that says they are "deadly", except for those people that haven't done responsible research (not just hearsay from some list). If your dogs are gulpers or greedy chewers, then I wouldn't feed them ANYTHING, especially RAWHIDE, that could be gulped and swallowed in large pieces or whole. Do we need to bring up "NYLABONES"????? Always be a responsible dog owner and supervise your dogs when giving any kind of treats. Please don't be afraid of Greenie Bones because of E. Antic's post. You can buy Greenie's in singles, so try one before you commit to a whole box. I have friends that have dogs that don't really like them and that's okay. My girls live for their morning GB's and I now give them Greenie "Smart Biscuits" for an afternoon snack. They love the taste and we love them for the 'benefits'!!

I respectfully request that Amazon and Amazon members make up their own minds, and not fall to the 'fear mongers' and ignorance amoung us. Always supervise your dogs when giving treats - after all, they are the animals and we are supposed to be the 'smart' ones.....don't be afraid, do your homework, it always pays!
66 of 76 people found the following review helpful
Make sure they're not expired! Dec 29 2010
By T. Sale - Published on
Size: 18-Ounce Verified Purchase
I've ordered Greenies two times now and both expire within a week of receiving them. I sent the first one back and won't see my money for 4-6 weeks. Guess I have to do the same yet again. Spend the extra dollar at the grocery store to be sure they aren't going to expire before you can use them. I don't plan to feed my one dog 30 greenies before they expire on the 4th.
54 of 64 people found the following review helpful
Worms in product (twice) and makes dog ill. Nov. 14 2012
By Unwiredone - Published on
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Purchased the first box of the Greenies over the summer for my girlfriends Chihuahua. Dog liked the treats but then began to vomit. Took dog to the vet and nothing found. Soon after, the box contained small worms and larva yet had been kept sealed. Threw this box out.

A few months later, ordered another box. Once again, shortly after giving the dog the treat, the dog started to vomit. Took the dog to the vet (again) and this time vet suggested the dog had a stomach infection and gave us antibiotics to provide to the dog.

Today, upon opening the box of treats, once again, worms and larva were found.

Two boxes, two thrown away. No more Greenies in our future. The manufacturer for certain has a quality control issue on its hands if worms are developing in the product. Both boxes were ordered from

My recommendation? Absolutely find a different treat. Dangerous product - and costly!
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
I was very satisfied customer till I found out about the worms May 9 2015
By Ryan DoHoon Kwon - Published on
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I was very satisfied customer till I found out about the worms.
I am really frustrated the fact that my dogs have been eating these.
Make sure to check before giving it out to your dogs.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Sticky, but delicious. Nov. 29 2009
By Jennifer D. Nickerson - Published on
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My Pug puppies absolutely love these bones. The only negative aspect is that they get sticky & leave a green film that dries to a green crust on their front legs & paws (& whatever they're laying on, usually the sofa!) Long after the bone has been chewed to a little nub & swallowed, my beautiful girls are licking their paws & staring at me, begging for another with their big, sad eyes. Even though my puppies are only 12 lbs & just under 8 months old, I give them the regular size. The smaller ones just don't last long enough with my power chewers. I usually try to wrestle the small end from my girls before they get swallowed, as I do with EVERY treat they get, but I'm rarely successful. They have the habit of swallowing pieces that seem far too large for them, but I've never had a problem with these bones. I've never had any pieces reappear later (in any form) or had any blockage or choking problems. I'm fully convinced that the bones dissolve quickly & safely in their tummies.
A lot of people have negative things to say about these treats, even our vet has a note about these specific bones causing "digestive upset" on his website, but I have had nothing but wonderful experiences (since purchasing washable slipcovers for our furniture!)
If you're worried about trying these treats, I'd suggest giving a larger size than is called for & observing your fur-child like any good parent should.

Common sense for all pet owners: Take the end of any treat away before it can be swallowed. If you haven't already, ask your vet to teach you the doggie heimlich maneuver & doggie CPR, just in case.

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