The Meat of the Matter
Even if your canine pal is a fan of meat, letting them eat it daily can be a bad idea. Consuming meat can negatively affect the dog’s breath. Therefore, before turning to any other solution for bad dog breath, start by cutting down on the amount of meat that they eat regularly. Worried that what you substitute won’t be as nutritious? That problem is easily solved. Add rice and vegetables for a more nutritious diet that won’t give your dog bad breath.
Being Pro about Probiotics
You might have heard all the noise and buzz that recent media has been making about probiotics and how it is essential for our health. You may be surprised to know that probiotics are also an essential part of your dog’s balanced diet. These good bacteria will help your dog digest their food completely. They will also help remove any blockages in their intestines. Additionally, providing your dog with probiotics has another advantage—it can help keep your dog’s breath from knocking you down! Try adding some probiotics to your dog’s diet and watch the difference they can make.
Treat Your Dog to Doggy Treats (DIY)
They are called treats for a reason. Dogs love it when you treat them! However, the doggy treats available in the market might be playing their part in giving your beloved canine bad breath. What you can do to counter this is make some of your own doggy treats. They are easy to make and will doubly serve as a solution for their bad breath. Mix together water, mint, and rolled oats. You can also make some doggy pancakes out of flour, pancake mix, mint leaves, milk, egg, and margarine. Slather some maple syrup on them and watch how much your pup loves them.
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