Our dental chews prevent the attachment of bacteria that lead to plaque, tartar and bad breath.

(Dogs love them too!)1

 
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ADVANCED DUAL-CLEANING ACTION

Used daily, they work to clean, then protect.

Dental disease is a common problem in dogs. It starts with bacteria attaching to the teeth forming plaque. Plaque can then harden, forming tartar. Bacteria can also lead to bad breath.

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 scrubbing action of the chew reduces plaque and tartar build-up resulting in cleaner teeth.

PROTECTS:

The delmopinol in the OraVet chew then forms 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 forms a barrier that prevents bacteria from attaching to the teeth, reducing the build-up of plaque and tartar.

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

  • Released throughout the mouth as soon
    as your dog starts chewing
  • Forms a protective barrier
  • Reduces the formation of plaque and tartar 2
  • Reduces bad breath 2

VIDEO
See the science of how
OraVet Chews work.

 

Daily dental cleaning made simple.

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.

Dogs love their great taste. 1

Owners love that
they're easy to give.1

See how simple it is to use OraVet Chews.

Serious dental care for your dogs.


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


-Michelle Staffa, Certified Veterinary Technician


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


-Jeffery A. Sachar, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine


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


-Amanda Williams, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine