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February is Pet Dental Health Month: Sebastian tries Stewart Dental Treats

I was given product for this post. All opinions are that of mine and my dog’s.

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Hope you’re paying attention – it’s Pet Dental Health Month! I’m pretty sure it’s all-around Dental Health Month, but I think we tend to forget our special furry fellas. Just like us, dogs have teeth – and just like us, they are susceptible to gum disease and tooth loss as they get older. So it is extremely important to keep those choppers clean.

Sebastian got some Stewart Dental Treats, and he LOVES them! Now, I’ve tried dental treats and chews with Sebastian, and some of them are so awful that he doesn’t even put them in his mouth. He just sniffs them, looks at me and says “WTF is this?! You think I’m gonna eat this?!” (If you look far back enough through my Instagram feed, you can see him doing this to me.)

I’ve also tried some dental chews that have given him digestive problems. So you have to be mindful of these things.

But nope, Sebastian loves these! He got the mint flavor – but you can also get cheese and blueberry (made with real cheese and blueberry, respectively). I am amazed that not only does he love these; he enjoys getting about three every day! I refer to them as “something tasty” and he immediately starts wagging his tail and salivating! Good job, Stewart!

One thing I have noticed about Stewart Dental Treats is that they are extremely small – about the size of a training treat. For a small dog like Sebastian, this is nice because he is known to chew larger things for a short amount of time and then leave them. It takes Sebastian no longer to chomp on one of these than it does to give him a training treat.

Sebastian and I made a video (because that’s what we do) to show you how to brush your dog’s teeth using Stewart Dental Treats. And away we go!

Sebastian and I commemorate National Pet Dental Month with #StewartPet Dental Treats. #review #dog

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Now, I wouldn’t recommend these to replace a good, quality teeth-brushing. It’s still important to use canine toothpaste and a dog toothbrush on a regular basis. However, these are a great go-between, and if your dog has just presented you with a “gift” of his latest conquest from the yard, they can help out as well.

Seabass will be back to review more doggie stuff from Stewart Pet and other places! Take care of those choppers, everyone!

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  • Michele Ash February 25, 2015, 10:07 pm

    Thanks so much for the terrific review on February is Pet Dental Health Month: Sebastian tries Stewart Dental Treats! My 2 fur babies are not too much into treats! I do, however, give them the Denta Sticks which are good for their teeth! These 2 will not let me brush their teeth at all! They won’t open their mouths for me and they turn their heads and it just gets to be a total mess! I’ve spoken to the vet about this and he says that they both have good strong teeth and the Denta Sticks must be doing a good job. Thank goodness for that! My 2 girls are so picky, that it’s totally weird! They will take carrots, green peppers, cheese, etc., however, milk bones and other treats they just turn their noses up! I love my girls and I would love it if they would sit still for me to brush their teeth, but it’s a total fiasco! Thanks so much for the terrific review, the video and all the information on Stewart Dental Treats which you have shared with all of us! I honestly do appreciate it! Thanks again, Michele :)
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  • Judy Lipcsak February 26, 2015, 7:09 am

    I appreciate the review. I have a Shih Tzu named Devlin. He gets Greenies treats on a regular basis, but even the small size is more than he wants to eat sometimes. I will look for these treats on our next trip to the groomers.

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  • Ann Cluck February 26, 2015, 7:23 am

    Being an avid pet lover and advocate, anything that is good for my rescue pup, catches my eye!!

    My Lady Girl loves blueberry, so the cheese and blueberry (made with real cheese and blueberry, respectively, would make her drool and beg!!!

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  • Sandy Klocinski February 26, 2015, 8:07 am

    Just the right size. Not too expensive. Win win.

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  • XmasDolly February 26, 2015, 9:09 am

    That’s probably the only way my dog will let me take care of her teeth, which is in treat form. Thanks for the great idea.
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  • Jennifer McKinney February 26, 2015, 12:41 pm

    My girls are so picky that I am lucky they eat anything. They refuse to eat anything other than Dream Bones. We may have to give these a try. Brushing their teeth is worse than trying to clear out my 7 month olds nose.

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  • Karen M. February 26, 2015, 2:45 pm

    My dogs will not let me brush their teeth. They both like NylaBones, but I think I may give these a try. Treats & healthy teeth are a good combo!

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  • Natalie February 26, 2015, 8:01 pm

    I had no idea February was Pet Dental Health month. I will have to try these treats!

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  • Linda Manns Linneman February 26, 2015, 9:38 pm

    These treats sound great with great flavors. I know my dogs will love them. They will sure help with their teeth. Thank you for sharing

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  • Emily Endrizzi February 27, 2015, 2:54 am

    Interesting product. I wonder how it really works to clean their teeth more than a regular treat. My dog, Mickey will chew on things forever and he’s not too picky with his treats so we don’t have a problem giving him the larger treats. He’s a small dog like Sebastian, maybe a bit bigger, but he loves chewing. I have a dog toothbrush and paste, but I admit we never use it. I “brush” his teeth with my fingers sometimes, massage his gums and such. He still has nice white teeth and I really want to make sure they stay that way. Thanks for the review and cute video. :-)

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  • Dianna Davis March 7, 2015, 11:43 am

    I have three furbabies that treats like these are a great help into keeps the tarter off the best human mom and dad can do. We have used other brands ,but this might be great for a change for them

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