If your dog doesn't just love the taste of peppermint, this is the dental solution for you!
A lighter blending of peppermint essential oil is combined with natural anti-inflammatory essential oils of Helichrysum and Myrrh along with two variants of nature's healer Copaiba essential oil - the steam distilled and the oleoresin (tapped directly from the tree) giving this blend a thicker and more dense consistency that is perfect to support dental disease and gum health.
Directions for Use:
Once you and your vet have determined that your dog's mouth and teeth are healthy enough to try natural options for their teeth and gums, Put a drop or two of Dog Breath Lite on your finger and rub directly onto your dog's teeth and gums daily, up to twice a day, With consistent use, a reduction in gingivitis and inflammation can be greatly noticed - and breath often improves.
You can also add a drop of Dog Breath Lite to 4-Legger's Dental Powder for holistic dog dental care when brushing your dog's teeth and gums.
Try rubbing Dog Breath Lite on a chew toy to get your dog accustomed to the taste and set them up for a lifetime of healthy habits.
4-Legger complies with animalEO's no refund or return policy on the sale of all animalEO essential oil blends.
Fractionated Coconut Oil, Essential Oils of Copaiba (Copaifera officinalis), Peppermint (Mentha piperita), Helichrysum (H. italicum), Myrrh (Comminphora myrrha)
Copaiba: Recognized for having anti-inflammatory properties, it is also has antibacterial and pro-healing abilities. Two different variations are used in this blend: steam-distilled and the oleoresin version.
Peppermint: A breath deodorant that also provides analgesia and inflammatory pain relief. A lighter blend to decrease the strong taste is used.
Helichrysum: A strong anti-inflammatory beneficial to nerves and helps to reduce bleeding, inflammation from infections, and speed healing.
Myrrh: Recognized for its anti-inflammatory abilities.
Apply 1-2x a day to improve your dog dental health.
I would love to review this product; however, I purchased the RTU without realizing it was for dogs under 35lbs. Bella is a 55lb Am Staff that has been dealing with osteoarthritis for many years. I am always looking for a natural way to help her but I did not see any improvement with this product. Perhaps it was due to me purchasing the incorrect product. I am thinking about trying the neat one but these products aren't exactly cheap! Don't get me wrong- you get what you pay for! :) I would not deter anyone from trying this product, just make sure you purchase the correct product for your fur babies!