Flag

Q: Does anyone have a recipe for baking breath-freshening dog treats?

January 25, 2009 | By Julie L. | 6 answers | Expired: 2028 days ago

Julie L.

I like to bake and thought it would be nice to bake my dog some breath-freshening dog treats.

Readers' Answers (6)
  • Sort by:
  • Latest |
  • Rank
Missy's Mama  .
Flag

Jan 29, 2009

Robyn: what's the web-address of the Homemade Dog Treat Chefs group? I looked and couldn't find it.
I bet you can add minced parsley to any basic dog biscuit recipe and it will work. I minced up a bunch and add a big pinch to Missy's meals. She doesn't have bad breath, but parsley has some nutritional value and I'm all for that.

Thumbs Up: 0 | Thumbs up!

Austinsmom622
Flag

Jan 26, 2009

Add some fresh parsley.

Thumbs Up: 0 | Thumbs up!

Robyn
Flag

Jan 26, 2009

Having your dogs teeth cleaned will help. It helped my dog.

Thumbs Up: 0 | Thumbs up!

Robyn
Flag

Jan 26, 2009

I suggest joing the Homemade Dog Treat Chefs group. I find lots of good information there. I hope this helps.

Thumbs Up: 2 | Thumbs up!

Heller D.
Flag

Jan 26, 2009

They have liquid that you can put into their water that will take care of the problem. I don't know any recipes for this problem. Good Luck!

Thumbs Up: 0 | Thumbs up!

Pam
Flag
Pam

Jan 25, 2009

My sister has been giving her dogs Plaque Off from the Only Natural Pet store online, and it has cleaned their teeth as well as making their breath great! I talked to her today and she said the ingredient in it is seaweed. I don't know if you could get some seaweed, or maybe get some of the PlaqueOff and put it in a recipe. Sorry I don't have any recipes. If you find a good one, please send it to me and maybe you could just add the Plaqueoff to it! Goodluck

Thumbs Up: 1 | Thumbs up!

You might also enjoy:

Got a question about your pet? Get the answers you need from Zootoo's community of pet experts and owners.

Advertisement

Advertisement