The answer to bad dog breath
If your dog has a bad breath problem, my fresh breath dog biscuits are just the ticket as they used to say in the best circles.
Why dogs suffer from bad breath
Dogs suffer from bad breath, otherwise known as halitosis, for a number of reasons. Chief among them statistically speaking is dental disease. It is said that up to 80% of dogs will display some kind of dental disease by the time they reach the age of three.
Another primary cause is illness such as kidney disease and diabetes. And then again diet is a major contributory factor.
Dogs fed commercial dog food frequently suffer from bad breath, a clear indication of the unhealthy ingredients used in its manufacture.
Mint fights bad breath
Whatever the cause of your dog’s bad breath, mint helps fight the bacteria that causes halitosis. It contains chlorophyll which helps freshen bad breath in dogs not fed vegetables. Dogs such as those fed commercial dog food.
Vet Dr Liz Hanson from Corona del Mar, California, says. “One of the most important ways that our pets benefit from chlorophyll is that it both treats and prevents bad breath from the inside out. It also improves digestion, which is the most likely cause of bad breath, even in dogs with healthy teeth and gums.”
Dog nutritionist approved
As with all my recipes, my Fresh Breath Dog Biscuits recipe has been approved by my resident dog nutritionist. An advocate of natural nutrition for dogs, he’s a firm believer in homemade food made with fresh natural ingredients. He ensures that every ingredient that goes into my dog treat baking mixes is both 100% natural and beneficial to the health of your best friend.
So there you have it. Looking for a cure for your dog’s bad breath? Want to feed your dog 100% natural and healthy homemade dog treats. Then look no further than my homemade fresh breath dog biscuits which are also available on Etsy!