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on February 3, 2017
Just switched from greenies to these...The last box of the greenies seemed soft and pliable and my Yorkie ate her toothbrush in seconds. We were at a pet store and we bought a Whimzee because the lady at the counter said they just started to carry them and they were all natural. I gave it to my Yorkie and it took her considerably more time and energy to eat. These are made better in my opinion and after about two hours of research online and a call to my vet I threw out the remaining box of greenies we had at home. I will only give my dog Whimzees from now on . The price at the store was 1.09 for 1 that includes the Michigan 6% sales tax ...Ordering thru Amazon.com makes them about 24 cents a piece based on 48 count bag...This seems to be a better investment in my opinion. My Yorkie is 9 pounds and she receives one of these every night to "brush her fangs" ...
***UPDATE ... February 15 ... I had to stop giving these to my dog due to her throwing up large undigested pieces for three consecutive mornings in a row. They were very large pieces and on Wednesday she had orange pieces in her vomit from the orange chew she had on
Monday... I just threw out the rest of the bag and the additional bag I bought as well... This was very disconcerting to me and I will no longer use this product ...
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Top Contributor: Petson December 27, 2017
Dog #1: will only eat all natural products. VERY picky eater. I was disappointed because he really wasn't too interested in these treats. He LOVES greenies, I was hoping to switch him over to whimzees because I feel like they are healthier... However he just broke it in pieces and left it around the room for me to step on. Lol

Dog #2: not a picky eater at all. Loves everything. He LOVES these things. If he isn't hungry for one at the time that you give it to him, he will carry it around with him. He even took it outside with him on a potty break. Only setting it down to do his business then picked it back up again to come inside. LOL he is very protective of them.

Honestly, it was all up to my dogs preferences. My dogs do so much for me everyday, offering lots of love and cuddles. The least I can do in return is provide a treat that makes them the happiest dog in the world. For one dog it is a whimzee. I would recommend. :)
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on March 10, 2017
Our girls (pit bulls) are hard chewers. So, it's hard to find a "treat" that they don't practically inhale! I like that it takes them some time to chew these because then it actually serves it's purpose of cleaning their teeth and freshening their breath! Yet they are not so hard that they chip their teeth, which has happened to them with competitive product! In addition, they thoroughly enjoy the experience, which is awesome because they also have a lot of food allergies, so they can't have most "treats"! Almost every similar product contains chicken, which they are very allergic to. I highly recommend Whimzees, and I'm sure my fur babies do too!!
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on April 24, 2017
My dog, a rescued now 12 year old deaf Cavalier King Charles Spaniel loves his treats, and this is one I don't mind providing to him at all. I do make him earn it by "working" for it so he has to climb onto his ottoman and stay. He stares at that treat with his large eyes and follows me around with them just waiting for me to give the sign that it's okay for him to climb off to get it. Such a delightful time together. Often he cannot wait and just jumps down so we have to repeat the whole thing, much to his despair. Lol. Great for his teeth and replaces brushing his teeth. Also these do not have wax, unlike Greenies. If you want, you can add it onto your dental hygiene regimen, but he despises having his teeth brushed.
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on July 5, 2018
This product does not break down in a dog's stomach and can hurt the stomach or the intestine. I have two dogs, a small Bedlington Terrier and a Medium Goldendoodle. When I switched from Greenies to Whimzees, both had problems and had to vomit the Whimzees up. We saw that the treats formed sharp edges and caused gastric distress.
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on April 4, 2018
My small dogs love these! They will not even touch Greenies. They are less expensive than Greenies, but to make them last even longer, I cut each “extra small” Whimzees into 3 pieces with a new pruning shears. Works great for our 11-pound Pomeranian and 19-pound Chihuahua mix.
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on November 1, 2016
We call these, "Mama cookies". Luna goes through all kinds of clown antics for her "mama cookie". They keep her teeth clean and healthy, and she just loves them. She gets other treats, but only one Mama cookie per day. She will jump up and butt me when she thinks it's time for her Mama cookie. Luckily she is an Italian Greyhound, else, I would spend a lot of time knocked out on the floor!
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on December 3, 2017
These are, by far, the best dental chews on the market. My husky takes a while to get through the large size, and I get the medium ones for my sheltie mix. They both love them and my vet has asked me what our dental hygiene regimen is because their teeth are actually clean... Once a week is enough to keep me, my pups, and my vet happy!
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My dog loves these and I am very happy with the quality ingredients. My dog's health means everything to me. I feel confidant I am doing the right thing by her by choosing Whimzees. These treats are also long lasting for medium to heavier chewers, but likely won't last very long with extreme chewers. Despite this I still feel they are worth the price for most dog owners.
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on January 22, 2017
My dog is ADDICTED to these toothbrushes! I try not to give to her daily anymore because the cost really ads up, but she DEMANDS them. I am not sure there is appreciable improvement in her dental hygiene though. Her back teeth still accumulate tartar and her breath is the same (not bad though, she is only 3).
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