WHIMZEES Releases Seasonally Shaped Dental Chews


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WHIMZEES all-natural daily dental treats are now available in holiday shapes: a snowman and a holiday tree.

 

The treats help ensure proper blood flow through dogs’ gums and help prevent plaque, tartar and bad breath. WHIMZEES uses limited, all-natural ingredients and no artificial ingredients, colors, flavors, preservatives, GMOs, gluten or meat. They are suitable for everyday use. 

 

The new shapes come in red and green, and are available in small, medium and large sizes. The holiday shapes are made with a vegetable-based texture to help remove plaque and tartar as dogs chew. They’re also high in fiber and low in calories and sugars.

 

WHIMZEES is also releasing its first holiday video, starring dogs wagging their bell-equipped tails to the tune of “Jingle Bells.”

 

“Our alligator and toothbrush shapes are always popular during the holidays, but this year, we wanted to give pet parents something special to stuff their dog’s stocking with,” said Kristof Vlaeminck, senior director of global brand marketing for WHIMZEES. “Our new shapes bring the same fun and function WHIMZEES is known for, but in festive seasonally-inspired shapes. In the spirit of the season, we wanted to launch the new shapes by giving something back to pet parents who give their dogs the gift of dental health. Our holiday video is our way of saying ‘thank you’ to those who know that one WHIMZEES dental chew a day can mean a healthier, happier holiday season for our furry friends.”

 

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