Recipes for Making Dog Breath Treats

If you have a puppy then you should be prepared for him to have bad breath after passing the puppy phase. There are various ways of preventing bad breath, such as giving him dog bones fresh from the butcher, brushing his teeth, or preparing dog breath treats for him at home. Here are some recipes you can try out if you want to make dog breath treats.

Dog Breath Mints


10 crushed crackers
½ cup rolled oats
½ cup mint leaves, finely chopped


1.Mix ingredients in bowl. Gradually add small amounts of water to the mixture until they stick together, about 4 tablespoons. Make sure mixture is no longer crumbly before you stop.
2.Take tiny quantities of the mixture and roll them between your hands to make small balls the size of the standard mints.
3.Take a sheet of waxed paper and place dog breath mints on it before putting them in the freezer.
4.Give your dog a few mints whenever necessary.

Greenies Dog Breath Fresheners


1 cup chickpeas, cooked
1/3 cup flour (more for dusting)
1 tablespoon ground flaxseeds
1/8 cup fresh parsley
1 tablespoon low-sodium chicken broth
10 fresh mint leaves


1.Preheat oven to 300 degrees F.
2.Combine all ingredients inside food processor. Start processing and continue until chickpeas become very fine and the dough is properly mixed.
3.Lightly flour the surface you will be using before rolling dough and shaping treats using cookie cutters.
4.Bake in oven for about 30 minutes. They will be crisp and the edges will be lightly browned. If you want them to be crispier, then give them more time in the oven, keeping the oven door partly open


As the famous saying goes: “A dog is a man’s best friend.” We consider our dog a member of the family and one of our best friends. I’m sure you’d like to see your dog happy and healthy, which is every dog owner’s wish. Nutrition greatly determines your dog’s general well-being and that is why people invest in vets and dog food, which are two important needs to keep a dog healthy.

You stand to gain a lot by providing your dog with safe, healthy, homemade food.
Although it may seem like a lot of work, it’s quite easy when you understand how it works. With the various tasty and healthy recipes provided in this Website , you cannot go wrong. An interesting fact about dogs is that they only have around 1,700 taste buds, while humans have almost 10,000. Dogs are designed to eat food that’s a little bit on the simpler side. Your dog doesn’t need spices or herbs to make his food taste better; the simpler it is, the better it tastes to him.

It’s a good idea to consult with your vet before making a dietary changes for your dog, including getting him started on homemade food. This is due to the fact that some breeds of dogs are more susceptible to food allergies than others. As a result, it is important not to assume and err on the side of caution to protect your dog. This is especially true if your dog has special needs or a history of health problems. Don’t take chances‒these recipes are meant to help improve your dog’s health and not make things worse. After the vet’s approval, it’s still important to make the change from commercial to homemade food gradual.

If you are torn between homemade and commercial dog food, then comparing the two will help you make an informed choice. You may not be sure about making the switch to homemade dog food but one thing is for sure: you will never regret that decision. It is one thing to hear stories from people who have tried it but the best way to understand what they are talking about is to experience it yourself. Try homemade dog food and make your dog smile!