As dog lovers we LOVE our doggy kisses! We love the attention, the genuine affection, but the doggy bad breath? Not so much!
Dogs can develop bad breath for a variety of reasons - plaque build-up, the foods they eat, infrequent teeth brushing, and even not drinking enough water on a daily basis. No matter the reason, we've got the solution!
Our delicious PUPPERMINTS are a nutritious, tasty treat your dog will love to eat, and you will love how they eliminate your dog's bad breath. And natural, handcrafted dog treats have no artificial ingredients or preservatives, making them a much healthier option for your dog than many commercial products.
I'd wager chicken is probably high on every dog's Top 10 Favorite Things list. Our furry friends go ga-ga over the taste. And with the added parsley and mint we go ga-ga over the soothing aroma and our dog's fresh breath!
Give dog 1-2 treats per day. Store in air-tight packaging or container. Estimated shelf life is up to 10-14 days, refrigerated. May freeze up to two months. Net wt 6 oz (approx. 25-28 treats).
Old-fashioned oats, whole wheat flour, fresh parsley, fresh mint, egg, and organic chicken stock.
CAUTION Sometimes bad breath points to real trouble! A slight unpleasant odor is common for doggie breath. Serious gutwrenching smells, however, can indicate something is very wrong - anything from gum or tooth infections to problems with respiratory or gastrointestinal functions or other organs and a visit to your vet is needed right away.
NET WT 6 OZ | Natural | Alcohol-Free | Paraben-Free | Dye-Free | Ethically-Sourced Ingredients and Packaging | Made in USA
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
PAMPERED PUP | CHICKEN PARSLEY & MINT TREATS
All of our products are crafted with 100% natural components and certified therapeutic grade essential oils. Please remember that while essential oils offer a natural solution to many of life's ailments they do not substitute for professional medical advice or treatment. If you are pregnant, on medications, or under a doctor's care please consult your physician.