We do not recommend feeding to puppies under 6 months old, as their teeth are still growing out.
Ambush Your Dog's Plaque
Functional Dog Treats
Activated Charcoal & Peppermint
Responsibly Sourced and Packed with Love in the Heart of Wales
65% Wild Boar
& British Turkey
Clinically Proven to
Reduce Plaque in Dogs
Approved by Vets,
in the UK and Ireland
Added Peppermint reduces
100% Natural Ingredients & Grain free
Nourishing Ingredients for a Functional Dog Treat
Our premium Daily Dental treats combine activated charcoal with other natural ingredients to help maintain your dog’s oral health. We use a clinically proven method, a unique shape and an effective treat texture to help clean your dog’s teeth. Added Peppermint and Parsley give your dog's breath smell clean and fresh - your nose will thank you for it!
100% Natural Ingredients
Allergen-Free, fresh meat and vegetables
No additives or preservatives
Activated Charcoal Detoxifies and Whitens Teeth
Non GMO Ingredients
2,345 dogs love our treats
treats to Keep your pooch plaque-free
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Designed For Pets & Pet Parents alike
"Before feeding Daily Dentals, Oscar had been getting really smelly breath, we also struggled to find treats which were good for teeth and good for tummies"
Pet Parent to Oscar
"My dog loves the Clydach Daily Dentals, we feed them every morning before our walk. Her breath smells so much better!"
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Is the Dental Formula safe for puppies?
Do I still need to manually brush my dog's teeth?
This formula is very effective at tackling hard to reach areas and provides your dog with optimum dental health. But we would still advise you to brush your dog’s teeth as much as you can.
Why is Oral hygiene important to a dog's health?
Dental care is important to a dog’s health because lack of dental care can lead to dental disease. Dental disease is a very common health issue, affecting 80% of dogs with groups with small breeds and senior dogs at the greatest risk. Dental disease includes any health issue affecting the mouth, including inflammation, tartar, gingivitis and periodontal disease. Since 2006, there has been a 23.3 percent rise in the prevalence of dental disease in dogs, with steady growth each year. Prevention early in life may help reduce the frequency and severity of dental disease later in a dog’s life.