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WHIMZEES duck and teddy bear shapes with softer textures offer puppies as young as three months a way to chew their way to dental health

WHIMZEES Puppy treats cocker spaniel

You know what they say about forming healthy habits: start them while you’re young! Taking that philosophy to heart, WHIMZEES all-natural daily dental treats offers two shapes for puppies to give dogs healthy smiles from puppyhood.

To support strong teeth and bonesWHIMZEES Puppy daily dental treats are uniquely made for new smiles, with a soft and gentle texture made specifically for developing teeth and gums and added calcium to support strong teeth and bones.

And unlike competing products that are only suitable for puppies six months or older, WHIMZEES Puppy treats are made for puppies as young as three months old.

They are made from natural ingredients and are grain and gluten free. They are also the only dental treat to be Non-GMO Project Verified.

The treats come in adorable duck and teddy bear shapes that pups and their parents will love. With unique ridges and grooves, the shapes are designed to reach small spaces between puppy’s teeth, help ensure proper blood flow through gums, and help prevent plaque, tartar and bad breath.

Recent scientific studies show that WHIMZEES are two times more effective in reducing plaque than leading competitors1 and have a three times longer chewing time for three times more fun. Using limited, all-natural ingredients, WHIMZEES provide “Triple Care Dental Health” by helping to reduce (1) tartar, (2) plaque, and (3) bad breath.

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WHIMZEES Puppy shapes are available in two sizes, XS/S (available in a two-week supply bag of 14 treats) and M /L (available in a one-week supply bag of 7 treats), and are appropriate for puppies three months or older. Discover WHIMZEES adult range as of 9 months. Available at select pet specialty retailers, independent retailers and online.

Please visit whimzees.com for more information

1 Based on studies at an independent kennel (’17-’19)