"Treats such as hard plastic bones, sterilized real bones, ice cubes, cow hooves, antlers, bully sticks are too hard for your pet and may cause tooth fractures. Dental treats that have received the Registered Seal by the Veterinary Oral Health Council (VOHC) are recommended.
The VOHC is an organization that exists to recognize products that meet preset standards of plaque and tartar/calculus retardation in dogs and cats. VOHC is an excellent resource for dental diets, treats, water additives, gels, toothpastes, and tooth coatings, that help retard plaque and tartar on the teeth of animals."
In case you didn't know, R-Patz did the sweetest thing awhile back. He rescued a pup, who was on his way to "death row" from the pound and adopted him. He named his new friend Bear and has been spoiling him rotten ever since. However, according to a new report, a pal decided to do something nice for Bear and dropped off some “Doggie Cupcakes” from Sprinkles for his dog friend.