Been using another brand dental chew for a few years but decided to try Ora Clens chews. Excellent product. Much better than the previous product I was purchasing. The quality of the chews are much better and my dog loves them.
These chews are the best thing ever! They keep my dogs happy and busy while I wind down from work. Once they finish their chews (30 min. or so) I am in the mood to snuggle! Without the chews, they are immediately all over me wanting my attention and I just need some ALONE TIME!
This review is from3-PACK Ora-Clens Oral Hygiene Chews Large (90 Chews).
Date:May 21, 2015
Breed:Coonhound and German Shorthair Pointer
Really like these chews for my dogs. The problem is the dogs try to swallow them when they have chewed them for a few minutes no matter the size so I can no longer use them. The only complaint I have is the sizes are not always large as stated on bag.
This review is from6-PACK Ora-Clens Oral Hygiene Chews Large (180 Chews).
Date:April 28, 2015
fromGrand Haven, MI
Breed:Greyhound - A pair of girls!
The large Chews are just the right size for my pair of greyhounds(60 lbs each). Coming off the track, the greyhounds need all the dental care they can get. Ora-Clens provides both the enzyme treatment and entertainment that my girls need.
This is a 2-for-1 product review. There are two main enzyme-coated chews on the market today. Of the two, Ora-clens are much smaller, thinner and lightweight than the other brand. Tucker likes both of them (he usually licks off the coating first) then chews up the whole thing. I think the Ora-Clens would be much more suitable to little dogs . Both products come in 3 sizes but the comparable sizes are very different in overall size and thickness. Tucker, being a Cocker Spaniel. will eat ANYTHING and doesn't seem to really prefer one over the other. The "other product" does last much longer, but I know Ora-Clens seems very easy to chew up and digest. Always be around your dog when giving them rawhide treats because they often try to swallow them when it really is still too big. I just reach to the back of his throat and pull it back out. Anyway, I don't advise giving your dog any rawhide treat if he is going to be home alone or unwatched. Bottom line is, what kind of chewy does your dog like, thicker or thinner?
This review is fromOra-Clens Oral Hygiene Chews Large (30 Chews).
Date:April 15, 2015
Have been giving this to my dog on a regular basis between brushings and it really works in keeping her teeth in good shape. She also loves to chew on it and it keeps her busy Just need to keep watch when she comes to the end and she tends to swallow and cough it out a few times before she is done.
These help to keep our dogs' teeth clean and they consider them a big treat. My only problem is that the sizes are so inconsistent. We've purchased the Large size (30 chews per pack) and the X-Large size (15 chews per pack and more expensive) and have noticed that many times we get several Large-sized chews in our X-Large pack. Since we're paying extra for the X-Large chews, it seems they should all be the X-Large size.
I was just trying these to see if my pups would like them as much as the CET chews they were used to. To my surprise they actually prefer these . . . and they are less expensive. Think I've just met my new favorite chew for my dogs.
My rescued little terrier had pretty bad teeth and we use a combination of oral aids to help her condition. She's not a fan of brushing so we're happy she took to this product. These oral hygiene chews are the perfect size for my 13-lb dog. She takes about 10 minutes to finish a stick - just enough time to let the product work on her teeth & breath. After a month I've seen (and smelled) good results :-)
The dogs seem to like these chews, however I do with they came in a smaller size. I have a dog who is overweight (he came to me that way) and he's lost some weight, but my other two dogs get treats and I don't want to leave him out....so I cut these in half. They're kinda hard to cut, so I just with they came smaller.