There’s nothing better than coming home to our Maltese, Penelope’s love. Those kisses are so sweet, but sometimes they can be a little too smelly. Her halitosis makes me wonder what she’s really up to when we leave for the day. Your guess is as good as mine.
That Dog Gone Breath!
Halitosis (the medical term for bad breath) with dogs can, most commonly, occur due to issues with the mouth (periodontal) or the gut (gastrointestinal tract). Similar to humans, products meant to tame bad breath often only mask the odor, covering it up without addressing the root causes.
Newly launched, Dog Gone Breath is an all-natural chewable tablet and soon-to-be powder dog breath remedy as well. Their formula attacks the oral and gastrointestinal causes of halitosis, made with ingredients that bio-target and eliminate that foul odor.
Natural Ingredients for Man’s Best Friend
As a dog-lover and owner, my dog is an extension of the family. Often looked at as children and/or best friends, pets deserve to eat just as well as their humans. Dog Gone Breath chewable tablets include these ingredients:
Cardamom Seed Powder – Carrot Powder – Chicory Root (Inulin) – Chlorella Powder – Cinnamon – Coconut Oil Powder – Ginger Root Extract – Kelp – Licorice Root Extract – Manuka Honey, N-Acetylcysteine – Papain Powder – Parsley Powder – Peppermint Leaf Powder – Slippery Elm Bark Powder – Tumeric Powder – Yucca Schidigera
Dog Gone Breath provides a great understanding of how all these natural ingredients work toward great breath. Take a look here and click on each one for information on all the health benefits!
Poof Be Gone Halitosis!
In addition to regularly brushing your dog’s teeth and gums, it’s recommended to use Dog Gone Breath twice per day. The amount of tablets to be given each time depends on the size of the dog.
When a dog first starts the chewable tablets, an elevated dose should be given in the first week to try to fight the issues your dog was having before they began Dog Gone Breath. I noticed a huge improvement with Penelope after the first week! We didn’t have any problems with getting her to eat the tablets either.