Elevate Your
Dog's Health!

Yummy Combs is the world’s first, and only science-backed, patented, award-winning dental treat that safely removes hardened tartar. Yummy Combs with its superior nutrition is complete and balanced, Grain Free – NON-GMO and Gluten Free.

Available in 5 sizes

Elevate Your
Dog's Health!

Two protein formulations:

Chicken and Fish & Egg

Could the Buildup of Hardened Tartar Potentially Cause Periodontal Disease and Organ Failure

Plaque causes periodontal disease. Rough tartar accumulates more plaque. Less tartar, less plaque.

In a third-party clinical study conducted by board certified veterinary dentist Dr. Susan Crowder, 27 dogs were scored for the presence of calculus, malodor, plaque, and gingivitis. The results have proven that hardened tartar can be removed from dog’s teeth.

Effective Oral Care Along with Complete and Balanced Nutrition Are Key to Disease Prevention

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Removal of tartar

In a third-party clinical study, Yummy Combs removed 25% of the hardened tartar from the teeth of 27 dogs in a 60 day, once per day feeding trial.

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Reduction in halitosis

In a third-party clinical study, Yummy Combs reduced halitosis by 46% when feeding one Yummy Comb per day during a 60-day feeding trial.


Ingredients to support a complete and balanced diet

Yummy Combs formula contains 46 ingredients to support a complete and balanced diet to ensure your dog is getting all 22 amino acids and the proper vitamins and minerals it needs to survive and thrive.

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Protein is life's energy source

Yummy Combs superior protein supplies dogs with healthy energy. With less than 8% starch, a daily dose of Yummy Combs helps to fight off obesity, the number two issue facing dogs worldwide.

What is Hiding Under the Lip Is More Serious Than Bad Breath

The Correlation of Periodontal Disease to Organ Failure


Healthy teeth and gums that are not diseased.

The knife-edged gum tissues lie against the white teeth.


Gingivitis plaque is irritating the gums. At this stage there is no loss of tooth support.

80% of dogs the age of 3 have some form of Periodontal Disease and only 20% of the pet parents know it.

Periodontal Disease

Early Periodontal Disease “loss of tooth support” begins.

Plaque matures to hardened tartar which accumulates more plaque.

Periodontal Disease

Moderate Periodontal Disease causes a 25-50% loss of tooth support.

Evidence of bad breath, bleeding and swollen gums.

Periodontal Disease

Advanced Periodontal Disease causes tooth support loss that affects greater than 50%.

Evidence of bad breath, bleeding and swollen gums, mobile teeth.

We Believe the Solution Lies in Design Differentiation

Yummy Combs reverses tartar build up to support whole body health

Safely promotes chewing for 360° removal of tartar from dogs’ teeth

Yummy Combs "Green" Toothbrush Shape Animal Character Rod with Toothpaste Rod with Ridges

VOHC Seal of Acceptance

Over 25% removal of
hardened tartar from dogs’
teeth scientifically valid

Over 46% reduction in
halitosis scientifically proven

Deep Pockets for
surrounding each tooth

256 individual surfaces for
maximum cleaning designed
to remove hardened tartar.

Wide Flat design to deter
gulping and blockages

Yummy Combs is good nutrition for your dog

Yummy Combs has 46 ingredients in the proper proportions to support overall wellness in your dog

Yummy Combs is your complete and balanced, grain free, NON-GMO, Gluten Free dental treat

All 22 essential amino acids for complete wellness

Wellness ingredients for organ function

Grain Free and Gluten Free for allergy relief

Your Testimonials

What the scientific community is saying

“Yummy Combs is changing the way veterinarians think about preventative oral care. A daily protocol of one Yummy Combs per day is proven to remove hardened tartar and reduce halitosis.”

Questions, answered
by doctors and scientists

Periodontal disease in animals, just as in humans, is primarily caused by the accumulation of plaque and tartar on the teeth. Bacteria in the plaque produce toxins, which can lead to inflammation of the gums (gingivitis). If left untreated, this can progress to periodontitis, where the structures supporting the teeth, like the gums, ligament, and bone, are damaged. Other factors, like genetics, diet, and overall oral hygiene, can affect the development and progression of the disease.

A “dirty tooth study” is a type of research study in which dogs are intentionally given no dental care to allow for the accumulation of plaque and tartar on their teeth. The purpose is to assess the efficacy of a dental product or procedure in reducing or eliminating these accumulations.
The Veterinary Oral Health Council (VOHC) Seal of Acceptance is awarded to products that meet specific criteria for reducing either plaque or tartar in dogs and cats. Products that earn the VOHC Seal have been tested and have proven their efficacy through well-conducted, controlled clinical studies. While a dirty tooth study might be one method to test a product’s effectiveness, the VOHC requires different specific protocols and standards of evidence to be met for a product to receive its seal.

Periodontal disease can have systemic effects on an animal’s overall health. The mouth is rich in blood supply, and bacteria from the mouth can enter the bloodstream, potentially leading to infections or inflammatory conditions in other parts of the body. This can impact organs like the heart, liver, and kidneys, potentially leading to organ dysfunction or failure.

A daily protocol, whether related to dental care, diet, exercise, or other routines, ensures that your dog consistently receives care that promotes its overall health and longevity. Routine maintenance can help prevent issues from arising or catch them early when they are more manageable.
Animal-based proteins come from meat, poultry, fish, and eggs, whereas plant-based proteins come from sources like beans, lentils, nuts, and certain grains. Animal proteins are generally considered “complete” proteins, containing all essential amino acids the body needs. On the other hand, many plant proteins are “incomplete” as they may lack one or more essential amino acids. However, combining different plant-based sources can provide a complete amino acid profile.
Regular veterinary check-ups are essential for early detection of potential health issues, ensuring your pet is up-to-date on vaccinations, and receiving preventative care like parasite prevention. Early detection of problems often results in more effective treatment and better outcomes for the animal.
Feeding your dog balanced, commercial pet food that meets AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials) standards usually ensures they receive the necessary vitamins and minerals. Consulting with a veterinary nutritionist is crucial if you provide a homemade diet. Additionally, regular vet check-ups can detect any deficiencies or health issues related to nutrition. Remember, supplements should only be given under veterinary advice, as excessive supplementation can be harmful.

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