C.E.T. Dental Chews 30 ct Flavor: Fish
cat loves the taste
The one cat that I really bought this for was born with juvenile gingivitis.. a very severe case and he loves them. He also gets a water additive and a rinse. His teeth are being reabsorbed by his gums so I'm trying to prevent pulling them all for as long as possible.
April 1, 2015
C.E.T. Dental Chews
My cat loves the fish flavored treats. She plays with them, chases them, carries them around the house and then eats them. Her breath is fresh, she has good dental checkups and she thoroughly enjoys them. She goes to the cupboard and begs for them.
March 19, 2015
I was introduced to these about ten years ago, my vet gave them out as a treat after an exam. My Daisy is now fourteen and has teeth like a very young cat and no gum problems. I have just started giving them to my three old male and his breath has improved 100%. Super product, no fighting to brush and the cats feel they are getting a treat.
February 26, 2015
3 paws up
I was upset when Petrodex dental chews went away (were "improved" by being replaced with tough-as-nails, long, almost raw-hide like things that only choked the cats on the very rare occasion they showed any interest). The C.E.T. Fish-Flavor Dental Chews LOOK the same as the old Petrodex ones, but apparently are a MAJOR step up. Petrodex - one cat was a devoted fan, the other two it was a toss-up whether they would be interested or not. C.E.T. - as soon as the bag opens, all three come galloping full speed, snarf 'em down, and wait expectantly for more. Except for good dental checkups, can't ask for more than that. The only issue I have with the product is the chews are twice as long as the old Petrodex ones, a little much for kitties to handle all at once, so I ended up cutting the all in half. Two small ones should work as good as one large, though, so not a problem. They are significantly more expensive than Petrodex, but are worth it if all three kitties will eat them all the time.
February 20, 2015