Saturday, February 20, 2016

Zuke's Z-Bones for Pet Dental Health Month #ChewyInfluencer

February is National Pet Dental Health Month. 

Many folks regularly offer their dogs various dental chews, and I give them to my dogs on occasion.

Big boy Bruce really loves them, but it is sometimes challenging to find ones that he can eat, due to his yeast allergy.  The majority of dental chews seem to contain yeast.

Our friends at Chewy.com sent some Zuke's Z-Bones for my crew to try out.  Given Bruce's love affair with them, I let him be the first to try them out.


We received the Clean Carrot Crisp Z-Bones.  They are a good size, and heavy for their size.  Dense, if you will.  Much like Bruce...

They are potato-based, and like other Zuke's products, they contain beneficial herbs.

Trying to be patient...
Bruce (and Neeko and Faolan) enjoyed these immensely. 


I am fairly impressed with the length of time it takes the dogs to get through these.  They are not chomped down in a split second, and that's a big deal for me.

All in all, I am pleased/impressed with these.  A nice 'bonus' treat to be able to offer to my dogs, with some dental health benefits.

I was provided with complimentary product.  All opinions are my own.

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