Bad Breath

Natural breath freshening remedies to help get rid of halitosis and bad breath in cats and dogs.

    remedies for freshening breath in cats & dogs to get rid of bad breath

    Select a Topic

    1. What is Bad Breath?
    2. What Causes Bad Breath?
    3. Help for Bad Breath
    4. More Information on Bad Breath

    What is Bad Breath?

    Bad breath, otherwise known as halitosis is a very common condition that affects our pets at some point. Animals don’t brush their teeth as we do – so it’s not surprising that they may have rather stinky breath! For some animals, bad breath is a temporary and brief concern that may only arise at certain times of the day (such as on waking), or after eating pet foods. For other animals, bad breath is a more severe and persistent condition.

    What Causes Bad Breath?

    Some causes of bad breath in pets include:

    Help for Bad Breath

    Natural Remedies

    The task of brushing your dog’s teeth or cat’s teeth can be rather frustrating, difficult and tiresome. In addition, Furthermore, many medications for bad breath in cats and dogs can have other side effects. Luckily, nature has a solution.

    There are a number of natural herbal and homeopathic ingredients such as Apium graveolens Foeniculum officinale and Gallium aparine (Cleavers) known herbs to stimulate natural cleansing and assist in the routine detoxification of the body – thus dramatically reducing the symptoms of bad breath in animals, while helping to combat the underlying causes, thus leaving your pet’s breath naturally sweet and inoffensive.

    More Information on Bad Breath

    Tips for preventing bad breath:
    • Encourage your pet to drink fresh water daily.
    • A healthy diet is key – one that does not include too much protein. There are also natural pet foods that help reduce the risk of gum disease.
    • Try not to give your pets sugary treats such as ice cream and sweetened milk – these sugary snacks will harm their teeth!
    • It is normal for cats and dogs to have teeth cleanings once a year, so talk to your vet about the need for an oral check up.
    • If you are up to the task of brushing your pet’s teeth, the best time to start is when they’re puppies or kittens. Lift their lip on one side and with a gauze on your finger gently brush their teeth in a circular or back and forth motion, start with the front of their teeth and eventually work your way to the back teeth, using a natural toothpaste for pets. Do not use your own toothpaste on your pet (as it could cause stomach problems).
    • Feed your pet rice to help move food through the digestive tract more easily.
    • Giving your dog chews regularly will help keep the teeth clean too

    Close

    Related Products