I’ve talked about what could happen if bad breath isn’t properly treated, but if you’re brushing your dog’s teeth and seeing no signs of bacteria build-up, your dog could be suffering from a systemic disease such as diabetes or kidney failure. If you are unable to determine the source of the bad breath, take your dog to a veterinarian to properly assess the situation.
Freshen your dog's bad breath with a delicious tasting treat
Who doesn’t love dog kisses? Although we’re always eager to receive some affection from our dog, bad breath can cause us to hesitate a bit. Dogs can get bad breath from plaque build-up caused by infrequent brushing, insufficient water intake, or just from the foods they eat. Our simple DIY dog treats will help get rid of your dog’s bad breath no matter the reason.
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Are you ever overwhelmed by the odor coming from your pooch’s mouth? Don’t be embarrassed to say yes … bad breath in dogs is very common. While I definitely recommend brushing your dog’s teeth to tackle the root of the problem (plaque, tarter, and bacteria), you can also toss your pup a breath mint! Not just any breath mint, of course. Today, I made these gluten-free fresh breath dog treats and they will definitely do the trick.
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Below, we have listed some of the best dog treats currently available for bad breath so you can comfortably make your pick. Choose a flavor and blend that your dog will like, based on his taste in regular dog treats and snacks. Don’t worry, all of these treats are healthy and free from excess sugar, fat, etc. Instead, they are rich in vitamins and minerals, as well as essential proteins.Probiotic treats are an excellent choice for dogs with bad breath and weak or bleeding gums. Normally, the gums smell and bleed because of bacterial infections that cause the food stuck between teeth to rot and transform into yellow plaque. However, probiotic treats promote the growth of good bacteria which counter the destructive bacteria present on your furry friend’s teeth and gums. This results in a complete and natural elimination of the bad odor, and your little buddy gets to enjoy some really tasty treats in the meantime.The best part is that they are low in fat, and high in vitamins, minerals, proteins, etc. These dog treats will control plaque buildup and tartar formation in your dog’s teeth, effectively suppressing bad breath straight from the roots. You can purchase packs of varying sizes, ranging from Teenie to Jumbo. Teenie is for dogs that weigh between 15-25 pounds, while Jumbo is for dogs that are above 100 pounds.I’ve tried a BUNCH of recipes for DIY dog breath treats. Very few dramatically effect a dog’s bad breath. These are the ones I've found to have the greatest effect.