Addictive to dogs

It's got something in there that is like crack for dogs. I buy the largest size I can find. I like them better than rawhide, for what they do. Rawhide strips or bones, when the dog gets down to that last part are slimy unswallowable messes that I've had to reach in and remove from the dog's throat. Nylabones edibles gave the dog the runs. Pressed rawhide chunks did the same. Greenies don't affect his digestion at all, and he's crazy about them. He has destroyed a Kong or two in his time.

I don't know how much is due to his genes or to the greenies, but my 12 year old dog has better teeth than many 5 year olds.

Like any other edible chew treat, however, don't leave your dog unattended until he's finished it.

Large size is "small"

While my dogs do like the chews the picture is misleading. The actual package is small and so are the chews ( even the large size) My dogs' breath is a bit better but I'm not sure they are worth the price. I'll be trying other brands.

My Dog Loves Them

What can I say my dog goes crazy over these things - wish I really understood what are in them that makes it so desirable...now if we could only do this for vegetables so kids would be excited!!

Puppy loves the Greenies!

This is a favorite treat of our 7 month old standard poodle puppy. He is an aggressive chewer, so we need something which will occupy him. The Greenie really seems to satisfy - after chewing through it (which, admittedly, only takes a few minutes) he will lie down and stop bothering us during dinner.

I wish these were less expensive. Each Greenie costs about $1.50, so it pains me a little to see it evaporate so quickly. But that is a function of my dog, not the product.

Greenies are a great treat

I have 2 boxers. 1 is 16 mos. and the other is 11 months. The older one, often gets what my husband and I call "shrimp breath". The younger one has lots of digestive issues. They both get 1 greenie a week. Vet says their teeth look great and it's helped with the bad breath. Also, doesn't give the little one runny poop, which is nice. Only problem is they are expensive, that's why they get one a week.

GREENIES are GREENIES!

Dogs love them, this box was economical as compared to vet prices, BUT they by no means help my dog's bad breath. I get stared down every night at "TREAT TIME" by my golden retrieve and sheltie, until I am forced to get out of my comfy chair and give them their EXPECTED DESSERT every single night. As always, my dogs walk all over me! lol

Serious Dog Joy

Greenies are an great product - they are very attractive to my dog, who can be picky about treats, and provide a good chew that helps address his tartar problems, and Amazon has among the best price I've found.

As long as you have someplace out of dog-nose reach to store the box, Greenies are a great way to help your dogs teeth stay clean and thus avoid the further health issues that result from canine dental problems.

Just as pictured

Nice to have a box to store the greenies, but the lid doesn't really fit back on once you open it, it's really flimsy plastic. Inside is a ziploc bag of greenies.

Our dog loves them, but eats them FAST!

We bought these for our 65 lb golden retriever. He is not a powerful chewer since he has a retriever's mouth, but he is a diligent chewer. He'll chew and keep chewing once he gets going. The size of the large-sized Greenies seems right for him.

Our dog's breath was getting stinky and we were noticing some buildup of plaque, so we got the Greenies Dental Treats. He simply loves these. But he eats them a little to fast. They only last a few minutes. I wish he would chew more and swallow less!

But our dogs breath does seem better. We don't use them every day, more like every other day to make them last, but they still seem to do some decent teeth cleaning. I would use these in combination with other teeth/gum health products like the Nylabones and raw hides.

Expensive treats but my dogs LOVE them!

I have two Airedales. They aren't fussy eaters - or snackers - but each gets a Greenie at bedtime. We let them out in the yard for a bit before they go to bed and all I have to do is say "Time for your Greenies!" to make them race for the house and dance around until they get that bedtime snack. It's their special treat and I love the fact that they actually have to chew them moderately slowly instead of just inhaling them! The only drawback is that they're expensive.

I don't know how much is due to his genes or to the greenies, but my 12 year old dog has better teeth than many 5 year olds.

Like any other edible chew treat, however, don't leave your dog unattended until he's finished it.

Addictive to dogs

It's got something in there that is like crack for dogs. I buy the largest size I can find. I like them better than rawhide, for what they do. Rawhide strips or bones, when the dog gets down to that last part are slimy unswallowable messes that I've had to reach in and remove from the dog's throat. Nylabones edibles gave the dog the runs. Pressed rawhide chunks did the same. Greenies don't affect his digestion at all, and he's crazy about them. He has destroyed a Kong or two in his time.

I don't know how much is due to his genes or to the greenies, but my 12 year old dog has better teeth than many 5 year olds.

Like any other edible chew treat, however, don't leave your dog unattended until he's finished it.

The Ultimate Consumer "Fraud."

We have two St. Bernards, one of whom is close to ancient, and last year she developed a dental problem. Someone mentioned GREENIES and off we went to find our old girl something to help her age gracefully and hopefully without pain. Well, she just loved them - as did the younger Saint - and here we are a couple of thousand dollars later wondering how to wean at least the younger dog off these obviously addictive green hard gel bones that don't have a single expensive ingredient in them. The packaging, however, is nicer than that of most department stores but just how many of those boxes do I really want?

I have calculated that the most expensive dentist around here would have cost less than the dent Greenies have made in my pocketbook. So this is a warning to first time browsers - move on to another product that might well do the job for a third of the money. A stop at your local butcher's shop could be cost saving compared to these overpriced pieces of strange green. Someone should tell these folks that we are inching toward a depression because to date their reaction to what must be declining sales is to just keep upping the price.