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Doggy treats can be super fun to make at home and serve as a healthy snack for your beloved canine. You can try some breath mints made from rolled oats, mint leaves and water (which require no cooking), some banana and peanut butter treats (with flour, quinoa, parsley flakes, dried meat, eggs and water), or some doggy pancakes (with pancake mix, flour, mint leaves, milk, margarine, egg and maple syrup). We guarantee that your dog is going to love them and you will be doing him and yourself a world of good!
On a lighter note, your dog’s bad breath may just mean there’s some food particles being left behind inside their mouth. Food and bacteria can lead to plaque, just like in people, and this tends to cause bad breath. If so, your dog’s breath problem should be easy to handle. You just need to their teeth, with doggy toothpaste, to rectify the issue instead of using mints.
Apr 1, 2015 - We're sharing a recipe for homemade doggy breath mints
homemade or natural doggy breath mints
Your dog’s dental health shouldn’t just be covered up. Rather than giving your four-legged friend some mints, consider a much better plan. Brushing your dog’s teeth regularly, using doggy toothpaste and a doggy toothbrush, will minimize such problems. It will also freshen their breath way more effectively than mints. Your pooch will thank you for it, and with less smell.Nike says she doesn’t know about all that, but these doggy breath mints sure are delicious and she’s happy to eat as many as I’m willing to give her!I’ve written before about the importance of a regular but sometimes even with good hygiene, your mutt’s breath might still be less than appealing. That’s why I got so excited when I found these adorable doggy breath mints. Do you love your dog but hate his stinky dog breath? With Bone-A-Mints®, you can love both! Bone-A-Mints® is a tasty treat that will help your pup get fresh breath instead of doggy breath. Bone-A-Mints® offer superior breath freshening performance, with five powerful and natural breath fresheners: peppermint, parsley, fennel, dill, and alfalfa. These tasty bones help whiten teeth by reducing plaque and tartar build-up as your four-legged friend chews. Bone-A-Mints® are made wheat free, corn free and soy free, so pups with sensitive stomachs can enjoy them too! Bone-A-Mints® are the most powerful breath freshening treats around. Say goodbye to stinky breath and hello to sweet, effervescent doggy kisses.As an added bonus, I’ve got a free printable to go with this recipe! If you’d like to whip up a batch of these doggy breath mints to give as a gift to a favorite mutt, feel free to use these to make these treats just a little more special! And as always, don’t forget to grab my for all your pet recipes! So I went on a mission to see if I could get a dog, any dog, to eat one. I handed them out right and left, and was treated like a neighbor who gives toothbrushes for Halloween. A Westie bit one in half, spit it out, licked each half, and eventually, albeit begrudgingly, ate both halves as though he would get in trouble if he didn’t clean his plate. His owner said it didn’t change his breath. As a last resort, I took them to a trio of tank-sized Labradors who appeared willing to ingest vinyl siding as an afternoon snack. This congenial group happily ate two mints each, and it seemed to improve their breath for a fraction of a nanosecond. Two minutes later, their breath was just as doggy as before.