I have been using dog breath for four months and happy to have it. It is the perfect mouth refresher and gum cleanser for my 6 year old dog. It lasts a long time if you dilute it with some peppermint tea in a spray bottle. ( coconut oil did not work for me and I prefer to stay away from another oil substance).
Best to try a diluted version first. After many experiments the easiest and quickest way to apply is simply spray a good amount on your finger and then lightly apply to one side of the gum line. Then re spray for the other side. For the first time my dog is not hiding from me!
Once my dogs teeth are cleaned ( which has to be done to rid the gingivitis,) I plan to use dog breath as a quick mouth cleanser/ breath freshener, and healer.
It really is worth the little effort and time, and a little goes a long way.
My dog Kira appears happier with a refreshed mouth, as can you imagine living without your mouth somewhat clean? And so many dogs get gingivitis. That would not be fun.
I wish I had started using dog breath two years ago.
I would love to give a review on the Dog Breath product, but I did not receive that item. I received something called Clear Sailing. It’s not worth the effort to send it back, so... I can say that I like the dental powder. I can feel it working on my boy’s teeth.
I am an avid user of Melissa's animaleo oils! From Open Air, Away, Yeasty Beasty, Calm a mile, Dog Breath, Boost in a bottle, Liverboost, and the Aromaboost #1-5 set. I combine the oils depending on the season with the 4 legger organic shampoo and it keeps my dogs coats clean vibrant and healthy!
Description Brushing your dog's teeth is the gold standard for oral dental care! Most oral...