Virbac CET VEGGIEDENT FR3SH Tartar Control Chews for Dogs

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Virbac CET VEGGIEDENT FR3SH Tartar Control Chews for Dogs
  • For medium dogs 22 to 66 pounds: Plant based chew with 3 way performance that cleans teeth, freshens breath, and supports proper digestion contains 30 chews per bag
  • Cleans teeth: Just one chew daily reduces tartar and plaque, the oral causes of bad breath unique Z shape allows the chew to reach front to back and everywhere in between
  • Freshens breath: Addresses oral causes of bad breath to freshen breath over the short and long term with a significant improvement from day one
  • Supports proper digestion: Includes a prebiotic known to promote a balanced and healthy gut flora
  • Trusted formula: Plant based, no meat ingredients, gluten free, and easily digestible Non GMO corn used, no artificial ingredients or chemicals, and moderate in calories. Each chew contains 75 kcal per chew
  • VOHC Approved: Due to its unique and effective shape, Veggiedent FR3SH has earned the VOHC seal of Veterinary Approval

Specification: Virbac CET VEGGIEDENT FR3SH Tartar Control Chews for Dogs

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Product Dimensions

5.94 x 2.99 x 7.12 inches, 1.72 Pounds

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Date First Available

July 10, 2018



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8 reviews for Virbac CET VEGGIEDENT FR3SH Tartar Control Chews for Dogs

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  1. Avatar of AK


    Wish I had read the critical reviews more thoroughly before giving this to my dog. After giving the chews to my dog for a couple of days, my dog got very sick. Vomiting several times in four hours, shaking and no eating or drinking. She has had GI issues before but this one was very serious. After visiting the vet, the medicine stopped the vomiting but she was constipated for a while. When she finally went potty, it was diarrhea that lasted for days. After all this, I started reading critical reviews here and found someone had reported exactly the same symptoms for their dog. Coincidentally, our dogs are both 11 yo.

    My dog has had other veggie chews from Trader Joe’s before and was fine. So I can’t say with certainty that all veggie chews are bad for older dogs. I also see numerous positive reviews here so I am not going to say that everyone should avoid this product.

    However, if you have an older dog and this is the first time introducing veggie chews to your dog, I would think twice before purchasing.

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    M. Pierce

    Getting smaller, been getting the regular chews which they seem to be phasing out.
    Got the medium since the weight range is similar .
    Regular packaging makes comparison to new item difficult.

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  3. Avatar of Rando


    We give our girl the original VeggieDent chews. She loves them and its the highlight of her day. I’m not sure if the original formula is still available or if its been replaced with the FRESH formula entirely. We ordered a bag of FRESH in the medium size. In comparison to the original regular chews, the FRESH medium chews are 2 inches smaller and perhaps a little thinner. To match the regular size, we would probably need to order the large FRESH chews.

    My real hesitation about this new product is in regard to the calories. The original formula was 3 calories per chew, the large FRESH chews are 105 calories per chew. Our girl is overweight, so the original low cal chew was perfect, but at over 100 calories, we will need to adjust her meals so she can still get her favorite treat.

    Price wise, the original and the FRESH seem to be the same. Less than $1 per chew works for us (when compared to other daily chews).

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  4. Avatar of Dogpaws


    My dogs dentist recommended these veggie chews for my little Shitzu after he broke tooth on a regular rawhide chewy. She said they would help keep his teeth clean since he has a heart condition and can no longer be put under general anesthesia for his dental cleanings. He loves them and I am happy he is chewing them. His teeth are still nice and clean and have no tartar rebuild. The only thing I am not happy about is that the manufacture has changed the length of the chew, I use to break them in half and give him half in the morning and half in the evening, but now they have shortened the chew stick by about 2 inches I am guessing and it is not long enough to half. You still et 30 chews per bag but you are getting less product. Same price less product..

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  5. Avatar of Twigless


    What do I dislike? I dislike the fact that what used to be called small is now called medium. What used to be called regular is now called large. The point I am getting to is that they have started calling the product different names in order to make up for the huge price increase. I used to order regular for the same price that I’m now ordering medium. Medium is half the size of the regular! In order to get besides regular used to be I would have to order large, for a price of almost $8 more per package! My dogs love these but I’m going to start looking for alternatives. I’m having to buy twice as much as I once did just for the same quantity. Shame on you Virbac 🤬

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  6. Avatar of Billy24


    These were amazing but the price has gone up so high that they are not worth the money

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  7. Avatar of chrissy


    I love these and saw a significant difference in my dog’s teeth after using them daily for a month (I also brush her teeth daily with the Virbac toothpaste). I have started giving them to her only 3-4 times per week, though because there are 75 calories per treat, so I had to cut back on her actual food to accommodate (she doesn’t get a lot of treats, but she gets a fish oil supplement that also adds quite a lot of calories, but is needed to manage a condition she has).

    My dog had a bit of minor digestive upset (loose stool) for the 2-3 days after starting these, but she’s been fine since and we’ve been using them for several months. She is not a gulper, so they seem safe for her, and they seem to really encourage thorough chewing. Also, she seems to think they’re delicious, so everybody (except her waistline) wins 🙂

    Also, my dog has quite a few food related allergies including all poultry and oats. I am always careful about what I feed her and observe her for several days after introducing new treats/food. She has had no allergy symptoms from these treats.

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    Tinx Veranda

    We bought these because our dog hates most dentals bones, but was indifferent with these. The first few weeks we gave them to him he had diarrhea but we didn’t realize it was from these. We just didn’t think about it since we don’t hand them out every day nor keep track. Last week I made the commitment to give my dog one of these every day because his breath was rancid….by day 5 he woke us up in the middle of the night and had pooped in our bedroom. We are now on our third day of bloody/mucus diarrhea, but it’s starting to get a little better.

    I am glad we now know what’s happening but wish I would have combed these reviews better. It makes perfect sense. Upon further reading I noticed this brand changed the formula and now includes sorbitol and chlorhexidine digluconate which may upset a dog’s tummy. Not for us. Just glad we didn’t pay for an emergency vet visit before figuring it out.

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