Dentastix: Dental Care for Dogs

Admittedly, we haven’t done much about Doc’s dental care.  Not because we don’t care about it, I guess it’s because we assume that his teeth are alright.  As far as we are aware, he doesn’t have any problems.  How do we know? Here’s our checklist.

  • His breath doesn’t smell.  Granted it doesn’t smell like toothpaste or that you wouldn’t want to lock lips with him, but if you did, but I’m happy to share that he doesn’t have dragon’s breath.  Knock on wood.
  • His teeth appear to look healthy with no broken teeth.
  • Gums also appear good.  They don’t look swollen or inflamed.
  • And most importantly, he doesn’t have trouble chewing at all.  His most favourite thing to chew is sticks.  As soon as he’s off that, then I’ll start to worry.

And thanks to Dentastix, Doc has been getting excellent dog dental care.  What makes Dentastix perfect for dogs?

Pedigree Dentastix has a unique X-shape and when fed daily has been scientifically proven to help reduce the build-up of tartar by up to 80%.

It also contains two active ingredients (sodium tripolyphosphate and zinc zulphate), which bond with the calcium in saliva and slow down the build-up of tartar. This helps plaque stays softer and makes it easier to remove with Pedigree Dentastix.

As for us, we like it because it’s a treat and at the same it, it’s caring for Doc’s teeth.  And Doc? He likes it because it tastes yummy!  He’s been happily chewing on Dentastix for more than five days now and absolutely loves it.

What about you? Have you tried Dentastix?

Do you have tips on how to care for your dog’s teeth?  Do share.

“This post is a collaboration with Pedigree, but all thoughts are my own. For additional dental care information you can read the following Pedigree Reviews article for tips and advice.”


  1. What a cute dog! I don’t currently have a dog, but if I do I’ll certainly remember this as I wouldn’t have had any idea otherwise! Good luck with Doc’s teeth!! X

    • Thank you! 🙂 I’m just really pleased that our dog’s teeth are healthy in spite chewing all those sticks 😉

  2. What a cutie you have! I like that they have so many products for dogs nowadays, even stuff for teeth.

  3. Twist and Fash

    This is great, I didn’t know about this brand. I guess is really good for dogs dental care. I would buy this to my dogs for sure!! Thanks for the tips.

  4. Such a cute pup! Gotta say, my dog definitely has dragon’s breath. Brushing has definitely helped.

    • Thanks. Used to have a dog who had dragon’s breath too and we also brushed her teeth regularly 😉

    • Ours isn’t the extra mint flavoured ones. Will watch out for those 🙂

  5. Christopher James Mitchell

    Now, I don’t have a dog, but I do have a cat, and I know the importance of ensuring you’re pet is happy and healthy 🙂

  6. From Jess to You Services

    Your dog is adorable!! And I do pick these up for my parents dogs for holiday treats. =0)

  7. Kate Evans

    Hello Dean, It’s an amazing blog ever. i know the how dental care is too much for pets. we should aware about it. Thanks!

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