GREENIES® Hip & Joint Dental Chews, 18oz.

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GREENIES? Hip & Joint Dental Chews, 18oz.
Price: $14.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $9 Two-Day OR $12 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 days (Tuesday, Dec 30 to Wednesday, Dec 31) + transit
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Have you ever asked “why Greenies?”

Please do not buy these. They sent one of my dogs to the Vet ER - she almost had surgery due to these and my other dog was very ill and spent a couple of days puking from them. Read reviews - my dogs are not the only ones. These things are DANGEROUS to your dog’s health.

Our dogs love them. Universally reviewed as great. Cheaper from

I’m seeing $20.99 + $5.99 shipping for the 18oz package at

These help my 8.5 year old dog’s hips SOOO much! I bought them on the last Woot and they’re a great price for a great product!

Dogs aren’t dumb, they just don’t have thumbs. Hard to text without a thumb! As soon as someone invents a bark recognition app, they’ll be shopping with the best of us. BTW I read this not too long ago, top 4 animals by intelligence:

  1. Great apes
  2. Dolphins
  3. Elephants (who knew? go elephants!)
  4. Domestic dogs!

When adopting my dog, the local shelter made me sign an agreement that I would NEVER give my dog Greenies. These things are supposedly absolutely terrible for your dog.

If you need a hip/joint supplement, I highly recommend Cosequin.

Save your money. The dentists at Cornell Veterinary College recommend Bullysticks and do not think much about Greenies for doggy dental health.

My dog likes both a lot, but with Bullysticks, I have to be careful to monitor him, while with Greenies, I don’t. Why? First, I try to control his treat intake, and Bullysticks are really, big. But more importantly, if I don’t take away the Bullystick when it’s small, I think he’s eating the last few inches without chewing them. The next day, he has a belly ache, constipation, etc.
But I’m not buying the Greenies here because with shipping costs included, I can do better at my local pet store or on Amazon (Woot without the disguise).