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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 08-24-2007, 05:03 PM Thread Starter
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Greenies?

Does anyone give there dogs greenies? Do they actually do any good to help clean there teeth?

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post #2 of 30 (permalink) Old 08-24-2007, 05:32 PM
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I give my cats greenies. Zippy loves them.They are a little pricy.

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I used to get them for the rats to chew,but heard that they are actually not the best,because little pieces can get lodged in pet's throats.




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post #4 of 30 (permalink) Old 08-24-2007, 09:49 PM
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My pets @ home LOVE them! They get them as an occasional treat (our vet actually recommended them to us...and now the pets are addicted! )

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I don't give them to the dogs because I worry about choking/blockages. But one of my rabbits likes them a lot (she nibbles on them and doesn't get off pieces) so I give one to her once in a while .




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Theyre okay as long as the animal actually chews them and doesnt swallow big pieces. I buy them for the rats once in awhile but not all the time because they are expensive.

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one of my dogs can have them because he actually eats like a civilized being that he is.. our other dog i think swallows them whole so he can attempt to steal the other dogs so he doesn't get them so neither get them.

our one cat LOVES them and the other doesn't care.. lucy will come, sit, speak, fetch, and stand on 2 for them its cute

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da-ja-vu i swear i read your post vinilla rat before i posted but it posted mine above it haha

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Theyre okay as long as the animal actually chews them and doesnt swallow big pieces. I buy them for the rats once in awhile but not all the time because they are expensive.
So I guess I can get them again for the rats.I just did some research and your right,the dogs that have choked, was because they swallowed large chunks of the Greenies.





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I ordered the free sample, i dont think any place around here sells them, they sell other kinds of dental chews, but we'll wait for the sample and see if she likes them, I dont think allie will choke on them, she actually usually chews her treats pretty well, but we'll watch her closely, we usually only give her treats if we're sitting on the floor with her.



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All my dogs and cats love them. They do help keep the teeth nice and clean. Plus they keep the dogs busy for a little while.

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I have given them to my dog a few times but I stopped because I realized after I gave him one at two seperate times he'd puke it up.


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I was gonna get one last year and then I was told there was a recall so I never tried, but I have wanted to...mine love the dentabones though lol

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I didn't tell the rats but there was a dog that lived across the street that would run over to my house because he knew I would give him a greenie. He would come over take his greenie then run back to his yard...lol

They are expensive though, like $10 for a bag of 6.

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post #15 of 30 (permalink) Old 09-06-2007, 06:25 PM
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I don't give them to the dogs because I worry about choking/blockages. But one of my rabbits likes them a lot (she nibbles on them and doesn't get off pieces) so I give one to her once in a while .
I didnt know rabbit can have them too! Maybe Smudge will like them... They are my dogs fav treat!



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