Saturday, December 10, 2016

WHIMZEES Dog Dental Chews

WHIMZEES Dog Dental Chews
Make every day a Whimzday!
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Treat your pets with all natural dog treats that do more than just reward. 
Whimzees Dog Treats, with all natural ingredients, are a low fat and great tasting chew that dogs love! Their special vegetable-based texture will help remove tartar and plaque as they chew. So put some fun in your dogs routine.

Whimzees Alligator Dog Treats

Keep 'em Healthy
Fun alligator shape helps remove tartar and plaque as your dog chews
Low fat, gluten free, vegetarian and all natural dog treats
Special dental dog treats that clean teeth and gums while also freshening breath
Fun shape and delicious ingredients that your dog is sure to love
Adds interest by stimulating your dog mentally and physically.

Each treat comes individually wrapped for complete freshness and contain absolutely no grains or corn, are gluten and GMO-free and are highly digestible for your pets. You can choose different shapes of treats that include the Aligator, Hedgehog, toothbrush, Rice Bone and so much more. Find their favorite or switch it up and give them something different each time.

This is my beautiful fur baby Kaia (K-Ya) and I want to keep her as healthy as I am. So finding something that is not only good for her but that she will actually enjoy, is very important. The Whimzees Dog chews give her healthy teeth, I don't have to worry about added chemicals that may hurt her,  and she absolutely loves them!

Add some Whimzees to your Christmas shopping list and put a little love in their stocking too! Your pet will thank you for it!

Ingredients include:
Potato starch, Glycerin, powdered cellulose, lecithin, yeast, malt extract, annatto extract color, and alfalfa extract

* I received this product free or at a discounted price in exchange for my review. I was not compensated for my review and all opinions are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. *

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