Sunday, December 16, 2012

Eukanuba BzzReview

I joined the Bzz Campaign for Eukanuba with 3D Dentadefense awhile ago, but due to my torn muscle, I haven't really felt like writing a review until now.  As a BzzAgent and part of this BzzCampaign for Eukanuba 3D Dentadefense, I was given a coupon for a free bag of Eukenuba 3D Dentadefense dog food.  The approximate value of the 17 pound bag of dog food was $32.

Here's how the Bzz Campaign described the food: "Recommended by vets, Eukanuba with 3D DentaDefense™ keeps your dog in top condition from tooth to tail. Ensure your canine's canines are healthy — feed your pup the only leading brand that provides complete nutrition and superior tartar protection in every adult and senior diet."

We initially started feeding this food to our oldest dog.  She has pretty bad teeth, although ironically, they are pretty good for a dog her age (13.5) and breed (greyhound).  She started eating it and seemed to like it but then started having some health problems and quit eating the food.  I do not think it was the food that made her stop eating it, but her health problems.  She was on the food for about two or three weeks before she stopped eating it, and I did not notice any improvement in the tartar on her teeth.

We have given the food to our other dogs as little treats, but not on a constant basis because of dietary restrictions.  They all, except our oldest dog, seem to really enjoy the flavor of the food and always seem excited to receive little bits as training reinforcements.

I wish I could tell you more and give you a better idea of the great potential benefits of Eukanuba with 3D Dentadefense.  I do think it sounds like a viable chance of improving the tartar of your dog's teeth.  The food is pretty pricey, but very well could be worth it.  If you decide to have your dog try it, I would love to hear if the food helps eliminate some of your dog's tartar.

As a side note, it was really cool of Eukanuba to include a little black light with the Bzzkit.  Did you know that when you shine a black light on your dog's teeth, the light will color the tartar pink?  It works on humans as well...Pretty cool!

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