Virbac VeggieDent Zen Chews

Virbac VeggieDent Zen Chews
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  • Extra Small £9.05
  • Large £19.40
  • Medium £15.84
  • Small £11.68

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VeggieDent® Zen Chews are highly palatable, multi-functional chews designed
specifically for dogs who need a little extra help in daily relaxation. As well as helping
to reduce anxiety, VeggieDent® Zen helps to fight against bad breath and keeps
your pets’ teeth clean by aiding in the reduction of plaque and tartar build-up.

Key features and benefits:

ï‚· Contains L-theanine which helps to calm and reduce anxiety in dogs
ï‚· Helps to increase mental focus and is therefore beneficial in behaviour
ï‚· Natural, plant-based alternative to other chews - free from animal proteins,
wheat free and gluten free
ï‚· Contains no artificial ingredients
ï‚· Incorporate innovative FR3SH technology which targets the causes of
halitosis in dogs in 3 ways - cleanses, cools and addresses digestive causes
of bad breath
ï‚· Highly palatable so your dog will love the taste
ï‚· Z-shape design maximize chewing action so it can scrape away tartar
everywhere around the teeth and gumline
ï‚· Available in four sizes - XS, S, M, L

Composition: Corn starch, Glycerine, Soya protein concentrate, Rice flour, Yeasts,
Sorbitol, Corn cobs, Green tea dried concentrate (0.9 %), Polyols (Erythritol), Inulin
(Chicory), Pomegranate concentrate.

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  • Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 5:45pm
  • Sat: 9:00am - 1:00pm
  • Email: [email protected]

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