Have you ever wanted your dog to smell sweet? These fresh breath mint treats are perfect for dogs and won’t hurt their teeth. The recipe for these minty-fresh doggy treats is super easy. Also, you won’t need to spend a lot of money on the ingredients either.
Easy Recipe for Fresh Breath Mints for Dogs
Does your dog have bad breath? Then you’ll love these fresh breath mints treats for dogs.
Whip up a batch of these Parsley Fresh Breath Dog Treats and curb your dog’s stinky breath.
These fresh Parsley breath dog treats are quick and easy to make. In 30 minutes your dog’s breath can smell better in order to kiss their sweet faces and not gag.
Made with ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.
Made with oats that are ground down to a flour-like consistency, parsley, carrots, banana, yogurt and a tablespoon of coconut oil.
With safe herbs, these treats not only help your dog’s breath, but provide some health benefits. Parsley and is on the top of the list for making your dog’s breath smell good.
How can I make my dog’s breath smell fresh?
Easy! Sprinkle fresh parsley pieces in your dog’s bowl every morning and night and they’ll have fresh clean breath all day long. You can even give fresh mint a try.
Apple cider vinegar is also wonderful for keeping your dog’s breath fresh and clean. This is a simple way for him to drink up to better breath. A tablespoon a day in their water bowl is all they need.
What can I give my dog for bad breath at home?
Plaque buildup is the biggest culprit in bad doggy breath. Brushing your dog’s teeth and giving them a fresh breath dog treat helps to keep plaque at bay.
Tips and Tricks
Carrots - Carrots a natural way to combat bad breath. Not only are they clean, but your dog will see it as a reward or a special treat. Carrots are full of beta carotene, they make a healthy, easy to make treats.
Brushing - By brushing your dog’s teeth, this can do wonders in combating stinky dog breath and keeping placque at bay.
The next time you’re visiting your local pet store, grab your dog a toothbrush. There’s even doggie toothpaste that’s especially made for your dogs. This will help with your dog’s stinky breath, and dogs age teeth issues can become serious. Brushing can help minimize some of the most serious issues.
Coconut oil - Do you use coconut oil? It seems we use coconut oil in everything from cooking, dog cookies, human food, dog treats, and even a coconut oil spray for baking.
Just like humans, coconut oil is fabulous for dogs as well.
Coconut oil is not only good for a dog’s digestion and boosting metabolic function, but it’s also great for their coat and skin, but it freshens their breath is just as well.
Coconut oil has tremendous health benefits for dogs, from having antibacterial and anti-microbial properties to help stop bacteria from developing spreading in your dog’s mouth. It prevents plaque, which can lead to dental disease.
By drizzling a teaspoon into their food as a daily treat, you can help with their coats and digestion.
Your dog will go nuts for the taste of coconut oil.
How to make Daily Fresh Breath Mints dog treats
You’ll make these treats with parsley and oats. Simply take your oats and use a blender or food processor, blend the oats until a flour like consistency.
Next mix your parsley, carrot, banana, yogurt and oils together for your wet ingredients.
Then add flour and oats into your ingredients bowl.
Use your hands to roll them into round balls. Then smash flat with your hand. Place them on a cookie sheet.
Consider the size of your dog when making the dog treats.
Small dogs equal small sized balls.
Big dogs can have larger treats.
Free Daily Breath Mints Recipe
Keep your dogs breath fresh and clean.
- 1 cup fresh parsley chopped
- 3 cups oats
- 1 medium carrot grated
- 1 mashed banana
- ½ cup plain yogurt
- 1 T coconut oil melted
- Melt the coconut oil.
- Put quick oats into blender or food processor to make into a flour consistency.
- Mix parsley, carrot, banana, yogurt and oil together.
Add flour and oats.
- Make round balls and smash flat in your hand. Place on cookie sheet.
- Bake 350 degrees for 25 minutes.
- Place on cooling rack to cool.
- Store in airtight container.
Use parchment paper for easier cleanup.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 56Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 7mgCarbohydrates: 10gFiber: 1gSugar: 2gProtein: 2g
These recipes are my personal recipes. I am not a Veterinarian or Nutritionist. Check with your Veterinarian before using any dog treats.
Enjoy your dog's fresh breath mint smell!