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Image of the 30 day supply bags for dogs of different sizes

We Put Oral Care 1st

ORAVET® Dental Hygiene Chews are the #1 vet-recommended dental chew.1 They’re the #1 chew vets give their own dogs.1 And they combat plaque, tartar, and bad breath where all 3 start—by fighting bacterial biofilms. 

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Helps Fight Bad Breath

ORAVET chews create a cleaner mouth and fresher breath for your dog.

Dog-Approved Oral Care

ORAVET chews block plaque, tartar, and bad breath; have a delicious flavor; and dogs love them.2,3 

Cleans Down
 to the Gumline

Scrubs away existing plaque all the way down to the gumline.

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An OraVet chew labeled "The Number One Choice of Vets"

The #1 Dental Chew Vets Recommend Most1

When vets recommend a dental chew, ORAVET Dental Hygiene Chews are the first-place winner.1

  • #1 recommended dental chew product overall1
  • #1 recommended for controlling bad breath1
  • #1 recommended for controlling plaque and tartar1
  • #1 dental chew product vets give their own dogs1
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Reasons to Get ORAVET® Chews

1. Fresh breath—and a healthy smile.

Lots of dogs have bad breath, and a common cause of bad breath in dogs is the buildup of plaque and bacteria on the teeth and gums. ORAVET chews fight bad breath before it starts—by preventing bacterial attachment.

2. A unique ingredient.

ORAVET Dental Hygiene Chews contain delmopinol, an ingredient used in human oral care rinses. Delmopinol coats the teeth, preventing bacteria from attaching to the enamel, inhibiting plaque formation, and keeping your dog’s mouth protected. 

3. Prevents plaque and tartar buildup.

ORAVET chews have been clinically shown to combat plaque, tartar, and bad breath.2 Oral care is a key component of your dog’s wellbeing, and ORAVET chews help ensure that your pet is getting the oral care they need, day after day.  

4. A dual-action design to clean and protect.

When your dog bites into an ORAVET chew, the chewing action removes plaque on the teeth all the way down to the gumline. As this occurs, delmopinol is released and coats the teeth to help prevent bacterial attachment.

Serious Oral Care Made Simple®