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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

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 10.2 x 12.7 cm ; 358 g
  • Shipping Weight: 408 g
  • Item model number: 018GRN02-T12
  • ASIN: B000KAHPZ8
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Oct. 25 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,011 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Amazon.ca Product Description

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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215 of 222 people found the following review helpful
Our Dogs LOVE These and We Do Too! Aug. 3 2008
By J. Intlehouse - Published on Amazon.com
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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 from.....as 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!
235 of 257 people found the following review helpful
Check Contents First Oct. 8 2012
By anzi - Published on Amazon.com
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Half way through the supply, I noticed that there were tiny white worms boring through a greenie so I checked the remaining greenies and they also had worms. Please empty the contents of the box and check the greenies when you receive your order before giving them to your dog. This may have been an isolated incident but it would only take a few minutes to check the contents for freshness.
74 of 79 people found the following review helpful
My Dog's Favorite- and Amazon's the Place to Get Them! March 4 2010
By April Blake - Published on Amazon.com
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My German Shepherd is a complete Greenie addict. She knows when they're in the house. She knows which cupboard they're kept in. She knows what time of day she's supposed to get hers. Her vet compliments her on her pretty white teeth, although some of that credit definitely has to go to the fact that my husband and I brush her teeth with one of those finger-toothbrushes and kiddie toothpaste (no fluoride, so safe if she swallows it), but I do know my dog chews a Greenie at least enough to get pieces between her teeth, and at four years old, she doesn't have the kind of doggie breath that knocks you over if she breathes in your face. I do believe that some of the ingredients in Greenies help breath from within, so even if your dog inhales his or her Greenie, there's still some benefit.

My only complaint about Greenies is that they're expensive. There's no denying that. If you do the math on this tub of 17, we're talking about a dollar and forty-seven cents apiece. So I can see why that might stop some people in their tracks, and I understand. As for my dog, she's on a limited diet because she's allergic to a lot of things that are standard ingredients in a lot of dog food and dog treats. I feel like I've been a little bit trained myself, not to bat an eye at this price, and she definitely makes me at least a dollar and a half's worth of happy every day.

If you're looking at the Greenies in the 17-piece tub, considering them for purchase, though, I'm guessing your canine is also a Greenie addict, like mine. You're going to buy them anyway, and if you get the free shipping, Amazon's the place to get them.
78 of 89 people found the following review helpful
Observe Pet Reactions to Greenies Oct. 16 2012
By Matt V. - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I had good results with this product six months ago. However, a second purchase that I just opened caused all of my three dogs to vomit within minutes of eating the product. I removed other items from their diet to be sure and it did it again, instantly. I contacted the company about it and they have claimed no other problems exist(suggesting I must have tainted the product or have exposed it to an environment making the dog snacks unstable, or the company I purchased them from somehow did something to the product. Hmm: sounds troubling to me, especially from the factory.). I have seen other issues out there regarding this product, which vary. Use your own methods of making a control group, but be sure to see they have proper bowel movements and are not vomiting after you feed them the product. Secondly, Greenies.com(the Nutro Company) will not honor purchases made through unauthorized vendors. Amazon directly is an "authorized vendor". "Monster Pets" is not authorized to resell these items and only those vendors listed on their website are "authorized". They will only help you return/refund something if it was purchased through an "authorized" vendor. This now makes me leery of items purchased through "Amazon Marketplace", particularly food items. Buyer beware! Caveat emptor!
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Never Again Dec 27 2013
By ALH - Published on Amazon.com
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We still moisten the kibble for our 8-month old puppy, so we decided to try Greenies to keep her teeth clean. Never again. After first turning her nose up at it, she finally managed to slowly polish off one stick. She eats virtually everything, so we thought it was odd that she didn't show her usual avid interest. Later that day, she became rather lethargic and laid down rather than eat dinner. That's when we knew something was wrong. Normally, she plays and plays during the day, and when dinner time arrives, she dives in head first. We noticed that her heart rate was much higher than normal, and she was panting... not because of excess play or hot weather. It was winter with snow on the ground. Her body temperature also seemed elevated, although we didn't have a rectal thermometer to take her temperature. She refused to eat yogurt or her favorite carrots, and we thought about taking her to the vet, but decided to let her rest until morning. The next day, she was her usual self: hyperactive, hungry, and happy. She had 3 large bowel movements before noon, and after that was even happier! Current information on Greenies suggests that they are hard to chew into small pieces and often break off in large clumps, which may cause pancreatitis and esophageal or intestinal obstruction. They are only about 85% digestible if chewed completely, even after a reformulation of this product by the manufacturer. Chewing them completely can result in stringy diarrhea and/or vomiting for many dogs and cats. Although there is a negligible amount of vitamins and minerals, Greenies consist of mostly pork gelatin, wheat, and glycerin--not exactly what makes for a healthy pet. We are thankful that our puppy didn't suffer more serious consequences from her first (and last) experience with Greenies. Rather than donate the unused portion of the bag we purchased to our local animal shelter, it has instead been donated to the local landfill.

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