Does your dog have bad breath? Then you’ll love these Fresh Breath Dog Treats.
Does your dog like to give you kisses with stinky breath? Then you’ll definitely want to whip up a batch of these fresh dog treats. These fresh breath treats will not only curb his stinky breath, but they are quick and easy to make.
Fresh breath dog treats are a mix of ingredients you’ll likely have in your kitchen already. Made with rolled oats, parsley, carrots, banana, yogurt and a tablespoon of coconut oil.
There are many herbs that are safe for dogs and offer health benefits. Parsley and mint on the top of the list for freshening your dog’s breath.
Just like anything, give these dog fresh breath dog treats should in moderation.
How can I make my dog’s breath smell fresh?
Just sprinkle some fresh mint or parsley leaves into your dog’s food bowl every morning and night, and you’ll have fresh minty breath all day long.
Another trick is to add just a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar into your dog’s water bowl. This is a simple way for him to drink up to better breath.
What can I give my dog for bad breath at home?
Luckily there are several things that you can do to help your dog's breath.
The biggest culprit in bad breath is plaque buildup. So it’s important that you keep this at bay.
Here are a few tricks to helping your dog's stinky breath.
These bright orange treats are the perfect way to deal with bad breath, while at the same time rewarding your dog with a special treat. Full of beta-carotene, they make a healthy, easy to make treats.
Just like humans, brushing your dog’s teeth can do wonders in combating stinky dog breath.
The next time you’re visiting your local pet store, grab a doggie toothbrush and toothpaste that’s especially made for pets.
This will not only curb his stinky breath, but as dogs age teeth issues can become serious. Brushing can help minimize some of these issues.
Nowadays we use coconut oil in everything from cooking, dog cookies, human food, homemade dog food or even a coconut oil spray for baking.
It’s not only healthy for humans, but it turns out it’s fabulous for dogs as well.
Not only does an aid in digestion, boosts metabolic function, is great for their coat and skin, but it freshens their breath is just as well.
Coconut oil has many health benefits for dogs, it’s antibacterial and anti-microbial properties how to stop bacteria from developing spreading in your dog’s mouth. It also helps to prevent plaque, which can lead to dental disease.
Just mix a teaspoon or drizzle onto their food as a daily treat.
Dogs go nuts for the taste of coconut oil.
How to Make Fresh Breath Dog Treats
Rolled Oats - blended into a flour like consistency.
Whole Wheat Flour - The combination of flour and oats help these fresh breath treats to to hold their shape.
Parsley - to help freshen your dog's breath.
Carrot - Use a grater and grate your carrots.
Banana - simply mash a banana.
Yogurt - plain yogurt with no sugar added.
Coconut oil - just a tablespoon.
These treats made with parsley are easy to make! Using a blender or food processor, blend the oats until a flour like consistency.
Simply mix your parsley, carrot, banana, yogurt and oils together for your wet ingredients.
Then add flour and oats into your wet ingredients bowl.
Using your hands, roll them into round balls and a smash flat with your hands, placing them onto a cookie sheet.
Consider the size of your dog when making the dog treats. Small dogs equal small sized balls. Bigger dogs can have larger treats.
Free Fresh Breath Dog Treat Recipe
Homemade Fresh Breath Dog Treats
Whip up a batch of these Fresh Breath Dog Treats and curb your dog's stinky breath.
- 3 Cups Oats
- 1 Cup Fresh Parsley, chopped
- 1 Medium Carrot, grated
- 1 Mashed Banana
- ½ Cup Yogurt
- 1 Tablespoon coconut oil, melted
- 1 Cup Whole Wheat Flour
- Melt the coconut oil.
- Put the oats into a blender to blend into a flour-like consistency.
- Mix parsley, carrot, banana, yogurt and oil together.
- Add flour and oats into your wet mixture.
- Using your hands, form into balls.
- Place the balls onto a cookie sheet and smash flat with the palms of your hands.
- Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minmutes.
- Place onto a cooling rack.
- Store in an airtight container.
Form balls according to your dogs size.
Small dogs = small balls.
Large dogs = larger balls.
I hope your pup enjoys these Homemade Fresh Breath Dog Treats.
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