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Potato flour, rice flour, glycerine, water, natural flavor, gelatin, canola oil, titanium dioxide, monoglycerides of edible fatty acids, flaxseed oil, citric acid, magnesium stearate, tetrasodium pyrophosphate
Kirkland Dental Chews:
Corn starch, Potato starch, glycerin, rice flour, water, powdered cellulose, sucrose, glucosamine hydrochloride, sunflower oil, lecithin, salmon oil, natural chicken flavor, sea salt, vitamin E supplement, sorbic acid, parsley flakes, minerals, rosemary extract, mixed tocopherols
They both aren't bad for a chew, although as others have mentioned, not a whole lot of teeth-cleaning advantage if you have a dog that's not tiny, Quincy goes through one in about 30 seconds (I've only tried the check-ups, so I can't speak for the others, just my experience with similar products). I would say of the two, I actually prefer Kirkland's if only for the omegas and glucosamine added, although I give my dogs wild salmon oil and glucosamine everyday anyways. Anyways, I don't think they're bad as an occasional treat, but I wouldn't rely on these for dental care.
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