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GREENIES Fresh PETITE Natural Dental Care Dog Treats, (20 Treats) 12oz. Pack $10.00 (reg. $17.99)

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Not to rain on your post ...

Check the ingredients - pea flour is a veg protein not good for dogs. Glycerin is sugar alcohol very bad. (dehydrates and promotes tooth decay)
Cheap Yes but Cheap ingredients.
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bigdukesixer wrote: Not to rain on your post ...

Check the ingredients - pea flour is a veg protein not good for dogs. Glycerin is sugar alcohol very bad. (dehydrates and promotes tooth decay)
Cheap Yes but Cheap ingredients.
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Been giving my dog a greenie a day for years. He's in great health and has zero issues.
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bigdukesixer wrote: Not to rain on your post ...

Check the ingredients - pea flour is a veg protein not good for dogs. Glycerin is sugar alcohol very bad. (dehydrates and promotes tooth decay)
Cheap Yes but Cheap ingredients.
Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
Greenies are treats, not staples of a dog's diet. We put lots of things "that aren't good for us" in our bodies daily, because it tastes delicious. :)
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bigdukesixer wrote: Not to rain on your post ...

Check the ingredients - pea flour is a veg protein not good for dogs. Glycerin is sugar alcohol very bad. (dehydrates and promotes tooth decay)
Cheap Yes but Cheap ingredients.
Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
You seem to have injected your guilt into my post ... I am not passing judgement on how you treat your companion animal.

But the facts remain ... Greenies rely on marketing & cheap ingredients (they used to be mostly flour & wheat), now they use pea flour ( still bad ).

Given you care for your animal read and decide for yourself.

Old greenies (check #1,2 ingredients)
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New greenies (after slick marketing)
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bigdukesixer wrote: Not to rain on your post ...

Check the ingredients - pea flour is a veg protein not good for dogs. Glycerin is sugar alcohol very bad. (dehydrates and promotes tooth decay)
Cheap Yes but Cheap ingredients.
Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
Pea flour in small amounts isn't bad for dogs at all. Glycerin is only bad if it's derived from a plant that contains toxins.
IMO all these "dog bloggers" fear monger for clicks.
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Deal dead on petite...still available for regular
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bigdukesixer wrote: Not to rain on your post ...

Check the ingredients - pea flour is a veg protein not good for dogs. Glycerin is sugar alcohol very bad. (dehydrates and promotes tooth decay)
Cheap Yes but Cheap ingredients.
Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
This is not true. These are my dogs favourite treats. Great for training and for rewards. I'm not sure you understand the concept of a treat...
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SamG852 wrote: Different product, different price
One says it is "Dental Dog Treats", the other says it is "Dental Dog Treats"...
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SomeGuyNamedBob wrote: One says it is "Dental Dog Treats", the other says it is "Dental Dog Treats"...
Two "dental dog treats" can be different products and have different prices. Just like Zuke's dog training treats are drastically different from fruit you cut up into little cubes as dog training treats. Just like an ice cream cone and caviar. Totally different products, totally different pricing, both are treats for me.

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