DENTAL CARE


Bad breath in Dogs Home Made treatments

What to do for Doggy Bad Breath

Apple Cider Vinegar

Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar is my First Choice in APV,, APV is the best  super foods out there,for all of us, including  dogs 

Not only will your puppy be enjoying all of the wonderful health benefits that apple cider vinegar has to offer, but it will also help you get rid of their bad breath for good.

Start adding about half a teaspoon of raw organic apple cider vinegar,, Braggs is the best in my opinion.. to your dog’s water bowl and see how their breath will become a lot tolerable.


Homemade Doggy Toothpaste

All you need is to get a bouillon cube, some baking soda, fresh parsley and salt.

Put one tablespoon of water into a bowl and allow the bouillon cube to melt, afterwards adding six tablespoons of baking soda, one teaspoon of parsley and half a teaspoon of salt.  After mixing all of the ingredients well, you’re good to go. Plaque and bad dog breath, be gone!


Parsley

\You would be surprised to find out that parsley is one of the most awesome home remedies for bad dog breath and has fantastic effects. You can either chop up some small pieces of parsley to add to your puppy’s food, or you can make your own do it yourself breath spray to stop the odor. Boil parsley in some hot water to create an infusion. Let it cool off, pour into a spray bottle and apply it to your doggy’s mouth. If you’re lucky enough, your dog might even drink it as a tea if offered in his water bowl. If not, the homemade spray will work just fine.


Carrots

Did you know that carrots are good for your dog’s teeth and can help you battle their stinky breath? Carrots serve as great and healthy chew toys for your pup and help prevent plaque from building up at the same time. A whole carrot does wonders for your dog when it comes down to his oral cavity. By gnawing on a carrot, your pooch will also be stimulating saliva and washing off food particles.


Brown Rice

. We recommend brown rice out of all whole grains, which you can slightly cook and add to your puppy’s food.


Doggy Treats

I recommend these Gourmet Doggy Treats Click here


Disclaimer This information is not intended as a substitute for the reader's independent judgment and personal responsibility..The information on this Web site and information within , is designed for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health problems or illnesses without doing your own research and/or consulting your veterinarian..This site tends to redirect its visitors to external website links. Although the author may not be the owner of these websites and is in no way responsible for any damage these sites may cause, the author and owner of this blog may receive an affiliate commission if/when you make a purchase at those said websites. A portion of which goes to help keep this site  maintained.,

Resource> homeremedyshop.com