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C.E.T.® Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chews for Dogs

C.E.T.® Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chews for Dogs, featuring the exclusive Dual-Enzyme System, are made from select beefhide to combine a natural antiseptic plus an abrasive texture that works with the dog's chewing action to loosen tartar and provide clinically proven plaque control. Appealing poultry flavor.

  • Helps keep teeth clean and breath fresh, even on days when brushing isn’t possible.
  • Tasty poultry-flavored chew may be given daily.
  • Available in petite, medium, large, and extra-large sizes.

Available Sizes

Description Product Number
PC.E.T.® Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chews for Dogs - Petite* 90601
C.E.T.® Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chews for Dogs - Medium* 90603
C.E.T.® Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chews for Dogs - Large* 90605
C.E.T.® Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chews for Dogs - Extra Large* 90607
C.E.T.® Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chews for DogsX - Starter Pack* 90600

 

* Not for sale in New Mexico

C.E.T.<sup>®</sup> Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chews for Dogs

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C.E.T.<sup>®</sup> Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chews for Dogs
FAQs

What is the difference between C.E.T.® Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chews and C.E.T.® HEXTRA® Premium Chews for Dogs?

C.E.T. Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chews feature an exclusive Dual-Enzyme System that produces a natural antiseptic plus a coarse texture that works with the dog’s chewing   action to reduce plaque and calculus. C.E.T. HEXTRA Premium Chews are made using    the unique and proprietary binding-releasing system to ensure maximal release of chlorhexidine, which helps reduce plaque and calculus. The chlorhexidine is released into the oral cavity during chewing and may be released for up to 24 hours, providing sustained antimicrobial action.1,2

  1. Pader, Morton. Oral Hygiene Products and Practice. New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc., 1988.
  2. Bonesvoll, P “Oral Pharmacology of Chlorhexidine.” Journal of Clinical Periodontology, 4.5(1977): 49-65.

What is the protein source for C.E.T. Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chews?

The chews contain both beef and poultry proteins.

How many calories are in C.E.T. Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chews?

The calorie content varies depending on the size of each chew. 

Petite: 27 KCalories, Medium: 31 KCalories, Large: 65KCalories and Extra Large: 89 KCalories

Is it safe to give dogs prone to developing urinary bladder stones or crystals C.E.T.® Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chews for Dogs? 

Since rawhide chews are high in protein, doctors from the Veterinary Clinical Sciences Department at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine Urolith Center do not recommend feeding them to dogs with urinary bladder crystals or stones.1  Additionally, Virbac has no safety studies for use of C.E.T.  Enzymatic Oral Hygiene Chews in dogs with urinary bladder stones or crystals. 

Daily brushing may be another option for these dogs.  Virbac manufactures several flavors of toothpastes along with toothbrushes of various kinds for dogs and cats.  Although Virbac has no safety studies for use of these toothpastes in dogs with urinary stones or crystals, dogs ingest very little toothpaste to pose a problem when used according to label directions.1

  1. Koehler LA, Osborne CA, Lullich JP, Behnke R Canine Uroliths: Frequently Asked Questions and Their Answers. Veterinary Clinics of North America Small Animal Practice. 2008; 39: 161-181.
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