Isle of Dogs Releases New Dental Chews



Isle of Dogs released nourish grain free, functional Dental Chews. Made in the USA, these chews are packed with functional ingredients that keep dogs healthy.


Specially formulated, Isle of Dogs nourish Dental Chews include two layers that combine beneficial dental ingredients with important functional ingredients. The exterior is a grooved layer made with new, triple-action Pecodent, a proprietary blend of finely ground pecan shell, kelp and turmeric extract which helps freshen breath, while providing natural fiber and abrasion. Inside, each chew has a functional layer dedicated to supporting fresh breath, hip and joint health or skin and coat health. These veterinarian-formulated and -developed chews are easily digestible and long-lasting, and make teeth cleaning easier and more efficient.


These snacks are free of grain, gluten, soy, wheat, corn, added sugar, artificial flavors and artificial colors. The chews contain only premium, natural ingredients including whey protein and vegetable glycerin as well as turmeric and parsley for flavor.


“Using top-of-the-line technology, Isle of Dogs nourish Dental Chews deliver key dental and oral care between teeth cleanings,” said Nancy Butkus, Isle of Dogs vice president of marketing. “Regular use of these tasty treats can also help prevent periodontal disease, the most common condition among pets.”


Isle of Dogs nourish Dental Chews are available in Breath, Hip + Joint and Skin + Coat recipes. They come in re-sealable pouches in small, medium and large sizes.


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