Our dental chews block bacteria to help prevent plaque and calculus.

(And dogs love them 1 )

 
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DUAL CLEANING-ACTION

Used daily, they work to clean, then protect.

Plaque and calculus problems are common in dogs. They often start when bacteria attach to teeth forming plaque. Plaque and calculus are common problems in dogs. Bacteria can lead to bad breath and attaches to teeth forming plaque, which then hardens to form calculus.

The dual-action approach of OraVet Chews doesn’t just clea​n teeth and freshen breath. It creates a barrier to protect against plaque, calculus, and bad breath.

CLEANS:

The chewing action works to loosen and dislodge plaque to help it break away from teeth.

PROTECTS:

Then OraVet Chews form a barrier to help protect against the bacteria that leads to plaque and calculus buildup for a cleaner mouth and fresher breath. Isn’t advanced science wonderful?

THE BENEFITS OF DELMOPINOL
OraVet Dental Hygiene Chews contain
a special ingredient, delmopinol.

Delmopinol works to form a preventive barrier that blocks bacteria, and the future formation of plaque and calculus (tartar) that builds up over time.

OraVet Chews are the first and only dental hygiene product for dogs that contain delmopinol.

  • Creates preventive barrier
  • Reduces bad breath

VIDEO
See the science of how
OraVet Chews work.

 

Daily dental cleaning made simple. 2

Dogs come in different sizes and so do OraVet Dental Hygiene Chews.

Which size is right for your best friend? Select your dog’s weight to find the right size. For dogs 6 months of age and older.

Dogs love their great taste. 1

Owners love that
they're easy to give.2

See how simple it is to use OraVet Chews.

Serious dental care for your dogs.


She tends to have a sensitive stomach and they didn't bother her at all.


-Mandy Truden, Technician


Not only did Grady enjoy the chew, but his breath improved.


-Michelle Staffa, CVT


We can’t wait to add this great product to our pharmacy.


-Jeffery A. Sachar, VMD


What I liked most about the OraVet Chews was the ease of administration.


-Amanda Williams, DVM