Review of Minties and VetIQThe great people at VetIQ contacted me to see if the dogs would be willing to review a couple of their products. These two are always, all about trying out new treats. The willing participants. First up, we have the Minties breath freshener, and teeth cleaner. Torrey lets me brush her teeth, I started with her when she was young and she doesn’t mind one bit. Roxy, on the other hand, won’t even let me open her mouth. So any kind of chew that she can benefit from in the teeth department, is great. The minties are very impressive. Made in the USA, vet recommended, control plaque and tarter, clean teeth, and freshen the breath. Sounds good to me, and Roxy loves them. BONUS! Nom nom nom Like I said, getting a wide open view of her tiny mouth, isn’t going to happen But I do know that her breath smells good, and what little of the teeth I can see, look great. Next, we tried the Skin and coat chews. Roxy is 9 1/2, and we all know as we age our skin and hair lose moisture. It’s the same with dogs. Her coat isn’t what it used to be, so I figured the ingredients in the chews would be good for her. The chews contain Omega 3, and biotin. The Omega 3 comes from fish oil, which is not only good for the skin and coat, but for brain and heart health. An aging dog needs all the good stuff they can get to stay healthy. Torrey has a thick double coat, so the benefits for her are to keep her coat soft, and of course the added benefits of heart and brain health are good for her too. They both love the taste of the chews, and I love that they are made in the USA, vet recommended, and wheat free. Their coats look great, and I’m glad they are getting good health benefits. Both of these products are easy to find for purchase. Walmart being just one of the stores.
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