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Canine Dental Treats in Fresh Breath and Skin and Coat
Date Posted: Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Canine Dental Treats in Fresh Breath and Skin and Coat
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Manufacturer: Emerald Pet Products

Brand: Smart n' Tasty

Product Description: Emerald Pet Products' signature Smart n' Tasty line has expanded. Canine Dental Treats come in Fresh Breath, formulated to combat dog breath, and Skin and Coat, formulated to help reduce shedding. Both varieties come in three sizes, and their hard exterior scrapes teeth clean while their soft interior offers health-promoting ingredients, the company states. Canine Duck Treats are made with 70 percent duck meat; are grain-, gluten-, soy- and dairy-free; and come in Pumpkin (helps soothe upset stomach), Blueberry (loaded with antioxidants) and Sweet Potato (rich in vitamin C), according to the company.

Contact: 877-454-9977

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