Tuesday, February 25, 2014

February is Pet Dental Health Month! Best Bully Sticks #Review

February is Pet Dental Health Month, and what better way to ensure your dogs dental health, than awarding them with a natural and safe chewie from Best Bully Sticks!

http://visual.ly/12-crucial-facts-about-your-canines-canines

We do our best to brush Venus and Ocean's teeth daily, but it's not just brushing that ensures good dental health, it's the use of their teeth and jaws, and the scraping they can do on their own to work away any buildup that a toothbrush may miss or be too soft for. That's where we include Best Bully Sticks products into their lives.

In honor of Pet Dental Health Month, Best Bully Sticks sent us a nice goody box to try out, including a bag of Yummy Yams Sweet Potato Dog Treats, a 6" standard odor free bully stick, a 6" thick odor free bully stick, a 12" standard odor free bully stick, a 12" thick odor free bully stick, and a 10" curly odor free bully stick. The girls were a little unsure of the Yummy Yams at first, but then Ocean fell in love with them. She hid hers in her bed and then proceeded to munch on Venus'. Venus and Ocean both love bully sticks, and Best Bully Sticks has our favorites! They start out hard, and turn softer as they are chewed, and rub against your dogs teeth as they chew, cleaning away while your dog enjoys a great snack. Venus loved the 10" curly bully stick best, but I think it's because it did have a stronger odor than the other bullies. Venus has loved bully sticks since she was a puppy, but we've never found such quality, natural, and mild odored as the ones we get from Best Bully Sticks.









In honor of Pet Dental Health Month, and the every-day dental health of your pet, try Best Bully Sticks today! Make sure you follow them on Facebook to find great deals and discounts, and sign up for their money-saving newsletter on their website! You can also follow Best Bully Sticks on Pinterest, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram.

Disclaimer: Baby and the Chi's blog received the product(s) mentioned in this post for the purpose of review and evaluation. No monetary compensation was received. All opinions expressed in this post are 100% my own. This post may contain affiliate links.

6 comments:

  1. When we had a dog we always got her chew sticks for her teeth. How I wish they made them for our little kitty, too!

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  2. OMG they are just so adorable :) love seeing happy dogs ;) and wow i didn't even realize that these treats really do so much for a dogs teeth, thanks for share @tisonlyme143

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  3. These chew sticks sound perfect for Fido. I love that they contain 0 preservatives and chemicals.
    Your doggies are adorable, BTW!

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  4. Lots of fun facts about pet dental health care here that I did not know. I want to give these bully sticks a try

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  5. These chew sticks look great, and nothing beats a great infographic, thank you for this review.

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