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Smilla Dental Care Snacks Toothies

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      29.03.2015 11:09

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      Good Cat Treats.

      Smilla Toothies are tooth-shaped snacks that can help with dental care for cats.

      I'm always looking for different snack and treats for my cats to keep their life interesting.

      Each kibble piece of these Smilla Dental Care Snack Toothies is quite big for a cat treat, we are used to much smaller ones, but I can see that this means the cat has no choice but to chew them rather than just swallow which some cats can have a habit of doing. Each piece is also shaped like a little tooth.

      One of the best things is about this treat is that they come in a solid plastic tub rather than a soft package so they stay really nice and fresh between openings and If you have a cat that likes to get into things like treats it's a bit harder for them to tear the package open.

      These treats have been popular with our cats. They're not as popular as things like Dreamies but they'll happily eat them.

      The ingredients are Poultry meal, rice, barley, animal fats, liver meal, greaves meal, hydrolysed protein, cellulose (dried), fish meal, powdered egg, linseed, fish oils, yeast (dried), sodium phosphate, potassium chloride, dried lingonberries, dried blueberries, mussel meal, chicory (dried), marigold flowers (dried), yucca (dried).

      They contain vitamin A (24,750 IU/kg), vitamin D3 (1,500 IU/kg), vitamin E (590mg/kg), copper as copper-(II) sulphate, pentahydrat (10mg/kg), taurine (1,950mg/kg).

      The treats have a greasy feel which is a bit unusual as most treats like this are dry and they do make your fingers greasy.

      They cost about £1.49 for a 125g pack and they seem good value as there is plenty in a pack.

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    Smilla Toothies are highly effective oral care snacks in aresealable packet. They are tooth-shaped and have been developed by leading pet nutrition experts. For daily dental care.