|by Samantha||Date Added: Tuesday 25 June, 2013|
And by that I mean they ate them and still considered them as a treat. Now the amount that these helps on stinky breath was minor. So not a bad product and they worked decent.
|by Terrafirma||Date Added: Sunday 22 January, 2012|
My female Chihuahua teeth were hard to keep clean. I bought Dingo Dental Sticks and they actually worked. Her teeth are much improved.
|by Terry L. White "twtex"||Date Added: Thursday 25 March, 2010|
Dont be a sucker. You can buy these at Walmart and many other stores for around $1.75. Great product though. My dogs love them.
|by Hopeincubus "E. Wegmann"||Date Added: Sunday 07 February, 2010|
My dog LOVES these and they really do keep his breathe fresh. I know this for a fact because I stopped buying them for a little while and his breath was really bad. but then I bought them again and they work wonders. I don't understand why there are so expensive here because at Walmart I buy them for $1.62 for a 3.1 oz pack. Sometimes they have special big packets foe sale, mostly around holidays. Again go to WALMART! SOOOO much cheaper.
|by N. Price||Date Added: Saturday 21 March, 2009|
Looks pretty unappetizing if you ask me, but to my dog Max these treats are the cat's pajamas. He has separation anxiety, so I've tried a number of things to distract him with when I leave to make him happy and keep the peace. Dingo stix works the best by far, so I always have a good supply on hand.
|by Phyllis Pivar "Dog fancier"||Date Added: Tuesday 02 December, 2008|
Happy that product was received quickly. Could not get such good service elsewhere. Will defintely order Dingo Dental Stix from you in the future.Thank you for the prompt shipment!