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Published:December 21st, 2015 10:39 EST
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Is There a Solution for Dog Breath?

By Robert Paul Reyes

"It`s recommended that you brush your dog`s teeth as often as you brush your own but the logistics of scrubbing the teeth of a 70-pound Siberian husky as an inquisitive 4-year-old emphatically requests to help do not lend themselves to regular brushing.

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Woofmints, which have been named the ultimate holiday gift for dogs by Bark Box, are gel caps that contain parsley and peppermint oils among other ingredients.

A 120-cap bottle costs $19.95. For information, go to www.woofmints.com."

Journal Gazette

Dogs are extremely affectionate; they`re always getting up on your grill and showering you with sloppy kisses.

I love my pooch, Mandy, and I don`t mind her demonstrating how much she loves me, but sometimes her dog breath almost knocks me out.

Mandy is always killing small rodents that make the fatal mistake of trespassing on my property, so bad breath will always be an issue.

Brushing Mandy`s teeth is simply out of the question, and they don`t make mouthwash for canines -- Woofmints may be the answer. Do any of my readers have any other solutions for dealing with dog breath?

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http://www.journalgazette.net/features/freshen-up-dog-breath-10475646

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