Soopa's natural dental sticks for dogs are a great way to keep your dog's teeth clean and healthy. Made with all natural ingredients, these dental sticks are safe for your dog to consume and are also environmentally friendly. Explore our range of flavours.
Do dental sticks work?
Some dogs may find relief from chewing on dental sticks. Made with natural human grade ingredients they help keep teeth clean and improve doggie breath.
What are dental sticks used for?
All natural dental sticks for dogs are used to help reduce plaque and tartar from your dog's teeth. They are also used to help freshen your dog's breath.
Can I give my dog a dental stick every day?
Some dogs may be able to use dental sticks every day without issue, while others may only be able to use them a few times per week. Ultimately, it is best to consult with a veterinarian.
Can dental sticks remove tartar?
No, dental sticks will not remove tartar. You'll need to see a dentist or dental hygienist to get that done.
Do vets recommend dental sticks?
Vets recommend dental sticks as a way to help keep a dog's teeth clean and healthy.
Are dental sticks high in fat?
Dental sticks are not high in fat. In fact, they are specifically designed to be low in fat and calories, as well as being highly digestible. This makes them a good choice for dogs who are overweight or have other health concerns that require a low-fat diet.
How long should dogs chew on dental sticks?
Dental sticks are a great way to keep your dog's teeth clean and healthy. Most dogs can chew on dental sticks for about 20 minutes at a time. However, it is important to supervise your dog while they are chewing on the dental sticks.
What is a dental stick?
A dental stick for dogs is a type of chewable treat that helps to clean your dog’s teeth and gums. These sticks are made from natural ingredients and they’re safe for your dog to consume. Dental sticks are a great way to keep your dog’s mouth healthy, and they’re also a fun and tasty treat for your pup!
How do you give your dog dental sticks?
Hold the treat in your hand and let your dog sniff it. Once your dog is interested, offer the treat to them and let them take it from your hand.