I never thought dogs would be so excited about dental treats until the box of Bright Bites arrived for review! The packages immediately peaked everyone's interest.
Bright Bites make dental hygiene fun - and tasty - for dogs. The star-shaped treats were developed by veterinarians to help keep your dog's teeth free of plaque and tarter, thus working to prevent gingivitis and gum disease. Both the shape and texture of the dental treats play an essential role and promote an overall healthier mouth.
Bright Bites are available in three flavors - Cinnamon, Peppermint and Spearmint - and each flavor comes in Small (for dogs up to 15lbs), Medium (for dogs 15 - 40lbs) and Large (for dogs over 40lbs).
Lola was quick to grab a bag (perhaps trying to stash it before her siblings noticed) and she was first in line when we opened the Cinnamon treats.
Don't worry about Zeus' pathetic sad look above... he got his very own Bright Bites star soon enough!
Bright Bites are 100% soluble, which means that as a concerned dog Mom, I can feel confident about safely giving these treats to the Lapdogs! Even better is the fact that this is more than just words on a package or a creative marketing slogan. The 100% soluble fact is based on results of atwo-stage gastrointestinal digestibility study performed at the University of Illinois. In order to achieve this, the material left behind must be what we would expect to leave the small intestine and go into the colon (to be expelled as feces) at the end of the 18 hour digestion period. What was left? Nothing!
If that wasn't enough to convince you to give Bright Bites a try, the fact that they recently obtained the Veterinary Oral Health Council (VOHC) seal of approval might! After going through rigorous testing, results came back clinically proven the treats are effective in controlling plaque and tartar on dogs' teeth.
Sophie thinks these nifty star-shaped treats are delightful... especially because they help to keep her pearly whites out of the v-e-t's office!
All four Lapdogs love Bright Bites and give their official 16 Paws Up Lapdog Seal of Approval. They are excited that a lucky dog (or pack) out there will have the chance to try Bright Bites (see contest below), but hope that all the doggy parents will go out and get some yummy star-shaped treats for their furbabies. After all, unlike a trip to the v-e-t, your pooch will be begging for more "cleaning" via Bright Bites!
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