Indigo Fresh Dental Sticks are crunchy, low-calorie snacks that help clean teeth and freshen breath with a pleasant minty aroma. Fresh Sticks scrape away plaque and tartar as your dog chews, leaving teeth and gums cleaner and healthier. The slightly minty flavor leaves your dog's breath fresher too. Fresh Sticks are part of the indigo Fresh line of dental treats that make it easy and fun to clean your dog's teeth.
Learn about how treats can improve your pet's dental health.
- Crunchy low-calorie snack helps remove plaque & tartar
- Better than brushing: helps clean teeth & freshen breath
- Fresh minty smell
- Natural chicken and blueberry flavors
- Contains no wheat, corn, or soy
- Contains no artificial colors or preservatives
- Use daily for best results
- For pets over 6 months
- Made in the U.S.A.
New indigo Fresh treats are tasty snacks dogs love that freshen breath and clean teeth. No brushing or messy toothpaste required! These dental treats are formulated based on biometrics of canine chewing to help clean teeth and freshen breath. With blueberries and other antioxidant-rich ingredients, indigo Fresh supports a healthy immune system as it cleans teeth.
Rice Flour, Vegetable Glycerin, Gelatin, Natural Chicken Flavors, Powdered Cellulose, Fruit Juices, Blueberry Powder, Sodium Hexametaphosphate, Citric Acid (a preservative), Added Color (Titanium Dioxide), Peppermint
- Crude Protein – 7.0% min
Crude Fat – 1.5% min
Crude Fat – 3.0% max
Crude Fiber – 2.0% max
Moisture – 15.0% max
(M.E., Calc.) – 2,950 Kcal/kg
Large - 192 Kcal/treat
Medium - 56 Kcal/treat
Small - 34 Kcal/treat
These treats are not designed as a complete and balanced food.
Monitor your dog to ensure treat is adequately chewed. Gulping any item can pose a choking risk for your dog.
Always provide your dog with fresh drinking water.
Treat Sizing Chart
| Treat Size || Pet Size || Sample Breeds |
| Small || 5-25 pounds || Beagle, Boston Terrier, Sheltie |
| Medium || 25-60 pounds || Border Collie, Bulldog, Pug |
| Large || Over 60 pounds || German Shepherd, Greyhound, Labrador Retriever |