Minties: The Healthy “Howl”-o-ween Treat for Dogs

Minties LogoMinties, the Dog Dental Bone, Brings Healthy Halloween Treats to Dogs

It’s Halloween week and health-conscious adults and trick-or-treaters are already spooked about all the treats hitting the shelves, including those for pets. Halloween is a fun holiday for our furry friends, and fortunately, those looking for a tasty and healthy option for their dog need not look any further than Minties Dental Treats from VetIQ.

The trick behind Minties Dental Treats is simple. Minties are delicious bones with a triple action formula to help clean teeth, promote fresh breath, and reduce plaque and tartar. Often times, dental health in animals gets overlooked and can turn into a frightful situation. These treats are an easy solution to help prevent tooth decay, gum disease, and other common clinical conditions dogs face.

VetIQ, the maker of Minties Dental Bones, confidentially stands behind each product it makes and is committed to providing vet recommended treats at a price that doesn’t spook consumers. Each dental bone is manufactured in the United States, so pet owners can feel assured that they are giving their dogs the very best.

Minties Dental Treats are made with natural, spell-binding ingredients. They contain no wheat, soy, or corn and include five natural breath fresheners that work in different ways to promote a clean canine mouth.

Minties Dental Treats five natural breath fresheners and benefits include:

  • Mint – Promotes fresh breath
  • Parsley – Contains enzymes to break down odor-causing particles in the dogs’ stomach
  • Dill – Inhibits bacterial growth and helps prevent early stages of gingivitis
  • Fennel – Controls bacteria and acts as a natural breath freshener
  • Chlorophyll – Balances acid levels in the dogs’ stomach and helps deodorize the body

Minties are a quality dental treat dog’s love. This product is available at HEB, Safeway, Sam’s Club, Tractor Supply, and Walmart stores nationwide. For more information visit, www.vetiq.com.

 

 

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