I need Tartar Control treats for my Cat. She does not like the Lean Treats. Can you help?
Nutritional Rewards for Cats made with the flavorful grain Spelt, preferred by cats everywhere., Omega 3 Garry Acids help support healthy skin and coat. Supposedly only available from out Vet but the Mid Peninsula Pet Hospital does not carry Tartar Control Treats any longer.
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Dog treats offer several benefits for dogs. I'm going to discuss two of these benefits here: oral health and training aid. Let me begin with dental dog treats. Most dog owners can agree that dogs have a pretty bad smell from their mouth. By providing them with dental treats, the smelly odor can be subsided and the dog can have tolerable breath. Another oral issue that dental treats take care of is the build-up of plaque and tartar around the teeth. The optimum way for dogs to get rid of the plaque and tartar is by chewing. So by giving them chewable (dental) treats, you are helping them get rid of the plaque. In regards to training aid, treats are given as part of the training process. If you noticed, when dogs get trained, they get treats as rewards. This tells them that they are doing the right thing. And dogs love treats! So they know that they must be good at training to receive treats. As you see, it's a win-win situation for both the dog and the dog owner: the dog gets trained and gets to eat delicious treats.
Cat treats provide plenty of benefits for cats. First of all, since they are given only once in a while, they are a nice addition to the cats' diet. After eating the same food over and over, getting a treat is something cats get excited about. Second, treats are a helpful tool for training cats. When a cat does what it is asked to do, it gets a treat as a reward. Last, treats (dental) help cats clean their teeth by removing tartar and plaque.
The age of your cat does matter. Cats have different nutritional
needs at each stage of its life for instance older cats with considerably
sensitive teeth are advised to eat softer treats. You should always fit the
right treat for you cat at any stage of its life.