Oh, that awful dog breath! If your canine pal has breath that could stop a rhino at forty paces, first be sure that there is not a dental issue going on, and that she is generally healthy. If she checks out okay, then it’s just a case of canine halitosis–and here is some great all-natural help for it. Many dogs love the taste of this simple formula!
Get the formula here:
1/2 ounce base oil (the author recommends hazelnut or sweet almond oil)
6 drops essential oil of Cardamom
4 drops essential oil of Coriander Seed
6 drops essential oil of Peppermint
Mix ingredients well and place blend in a glass bottle with a dropper top. Dispense 1 to 3 drops inside the dog’s mouth.
Adapted from Holistic Aromatherapy for Animals, by Kristen Leigh Bell (Findhorn Press, 2002). Copyright (c) 2002 by Kristen Leigh Bell. Reprinted by permission of Findhorn Press.
Adapted from Holistic Aromatherapy for Animals, by Kristen Leigh Bell (Findhorn Press, 2002).