They are slightly larger than the diameter of a pencil - probably about 1/4 to 1/3 of an inch. (sorry don't have them in front of me now)
I give them to my dogs whole - they're so small that I don't think they actually chew them, they just swallow them whole. I do break them in half for my cat and put them in with her dry food. She eats them without any problem (she definitely chews them) since they are flavored she doesn't reject them. Rather than force feed, maybe you should grind them up and sprinkle on their food? Or coat them with peanut butter so they'll eat them? I'd be a bit worried about choking if I dropped anything down their throat, so be careful!
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
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If they are the same ones as they sell in the store, they are about the size of an ordinary aspirin tablet, no where near as big as the other person said. One of my dogs loves them and eats them as treats. The other used to, but quit liking them for unknown reasons. I just hide them in her food. They have kept my dogs flea free for two years now, with no harsh chemicals.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
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They are about the size of a nickel, but much thicker. They can be broken in half though. There is a line in the center to make cutting a little easier, which they are really easy to cut.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
Long Beach, Ca
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