An exciting new twist in oral care for your dog.

Milk-Bone* Brushing Chews* help provide an easy and effective way to help take care of your dog’s teeth. These daily dental treats are clinically proven to reduce tartar. The unique dental twist bone is designed to help clean even hard to reach back teeth and down to the gumline. Dogs love the irresistible chicken taste of Milk-Bone* Brushing Chews*, and you'll love giving them a daily dental treat that's fortified with 12 essential vitamins and minerals, including calcium to help support strong bones and teeth.

  • Easy solution for daily oral care, clinically proven as effective as brushing
  • Patent-pending dental twist with nubs and ridges designed to clean like bristles on a toothbrush
  • 12 essential vitamins and minerals, including calcium to help support strong bones and teeth
  • Veterinary Oral Health Council Seal of Acceptance for tartar control
When fed daily, Milk-Bone* Brushing Chews* are as effective as brushing a dog’s teeth twice a week based on the reduction of tartar build-up.
The Veterinary Oral Health Council recommends daily tooth brushing for optimal effectiveness.

Proven Effective in Clinical Trials

Clinical trials¹ demonstrate that Milk-Bone* Brushing Chews* are effective in reducing tartar, plaque, and halitosis.

Milk-Bone* Brushing Chews* Efficacy²

Chart showing Milk-Bone* Brushing Chews* efficacy in tartar, plaque, and halitosis reduction

¹Extensive research conducted at independent testing facilities in accordance with VOHC testing protocols. Data submitted for publication.

²Average efficacy rates for small/medium size Milk-Bone* Brushing Chews*.

Milk-Bone* Brushing Chews* are so effective, they’ve earned the VOHC Seal of Acceptance.

VOHC evaluates the effectiveness of veterinary oral care products similar to how the American Dental Association (ADA), measures the efficacy of human products. Products that carry the VOHC Seal of Acceptance for tartar control have demonstrated via clinical testing that they successfully meet strict criteria for effectiveness in controlling tartar accumulation in dogs.