Helps Get Rid Of Bad Breath In Dogs
Have you ever wanted to give your dog a breath mint? Well now you can! Along with regular visits to your vet for wellness check-ups, Breath-A-Chews is a great solution to help freshen bad dog breath, clean teeth and reduce both plaque and tarter, which will help cut down on bacteria that can cause bad breath in dogs.
Breath-A-Chews is made with all natural ingredients, including parsley seed oil (commonly used as a digestive aid and used to help improve breath), mint oil (instrumental in eliminating bad breath and aids in dental and gum health due to its antiseptic properties), activated charcoal (works by absorbing the toxicity of chemicals), digestive enzymes to assist in the proper digestion of food, and chlorophyll, which is effective in reducing bad breath. Plus, Breath-A-Chews is free of wheat, gluten, corn and soy, so they’re great for dogs with allergies or sensitivities.
Did you know that tartar build up on your dog’s teeth can lead to periodontal disease and tooth loss? Proper dental hygiene is important for dogs just as it is for people. Keeping your dogs teeth and gums in good shape has many health benefits in addition to fresh breath.
Breath-A-Chew Benefits Benefits:
- Made with fresh peppermint oil, all natural parsley seed oil and digestive enzymes
- Helps reduce plaque and decrease tarter formation
- Great for dogs with bad breath
Ingredients (per tablet):
- Alfalfa Powder200mg
- Pancreatin 4X6mg
- Spearmint Oil4mg
- Parsley Seed Oil6mg
- Activated Charcoal8mg
Other ingredients: Dextrose, Fructose, Cellulose, Silicon Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate
- 1 tablet daily or as needed
Dental Care Tips for Your Dog:
Plaque: Dogs can become prone to gum disease and tartar build up on the teeth as food particles and bacteria collect along the gum line forming plaque and tarter build up.
Tartar: If plaque is not removed, minerals in the saliva combine with the plaque to form tartar on the teeth. Tartar can irritate the gums and cause inflammation (gingivitis). This can be seen as reddening of the gums adjacent to the teeth. It can also cause bad breath.
Periodontal Disease: If the tartar is not removed, it builds up and separates the gums from the teeth, leading to more bacterial growth. This can be very painful and can lead to loose teeth, abscesses, and bone loss or infection. As bacterial growth continues to increase, the bacteria may enter the bloodstream. If treated by your veterinarian, periodontal disease can be slowed or stopped.
A good dental care program includes:
– Regular visits to your veterinarian, which include an oral exam
– Veterinary dental cleaning as advised
– Daily home dental care
Chlorophyll, a green pigment found in plants, is a rich source of Vitamin K that has potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and neutralizes unpleasant breath odors.
Digestive enzymes are used to help replenish the enzyme supply in the digestive system in order to improve the digestive processes. Digestive enzymes break down fats, protein and starch in the diet into smaller particles which the small intestine can then absorb.
Mint oil is instrumental in eliminating bad breath and aids in dental and gum health due to its antiseptic properties. Mint oil also contains numerous minerals and nutrients including manganese, iron, magnesium, calcium folate, potassium, and copper. It also contains omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin A and Vitamin C.
Parsley Seed Oil
Parsley seed oil is a natural substance that effectively freshens the breath, and also contains natural anti-microbial properties that are effective in reducing odor-causing bacteria inside the mouth.
A fine, black powder that is odorless and tasteless, and works by absorbing the toxicity of chemicals through the entire length of the stomach and small and large intestines (GI tract). Charcoal provides relief from a multitude of gastrointestinal problems, including bad breath, lower intestinal gas (flatulence) and abdominal bloating.