Dog Gone Breath – Chewable Treat Review

Dog Gone Breath: Chewable Treat Review + Giveaway

One of the worst things about having a dog is puppy breath. I love to give Meadow kisses and love, but there is nothing quite like puppy breath. When I received an email about a tablet that promotes periodontal health and balanced gut flora called Dog Gone Breath All-Natural Chewable Tablets I knew I wanted Meadow to give them a try!

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Dog Gone Breath. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received a bottle of Dog Gone Breath All-Natural Chewable Tablets for Meadow to sample and try!

Dog Gone Breath goes after the root causes and works on eliminating the source of the problem. The Dog Gone Breath tablets contain all natural ingredients including – Carrot, Cinnamon, Peppermint Leaf, Licorice Root, Parsley, Slippery Elm Bark, Manuka Honey, Coconut Oil, Chlorella, Papain, Tumeric, Ginger Root, Cardamon Seed, N-Acetyl, Glucosomine, Yucca Root, Kelp, and Inulin (Pre-Biotic).

From the moment I opened the box Meadow was interested  so when I opened the bottle, she was more beyond interested.

Since these are made of all natural ingredients there was an overnight improvement in her puppy breath and while it is not totally perfect, I love the simple tablet form, and the fact that Meadow thought it was a treat she was getting. If you are looking for a good solution to puppy breath, get a bottle of Dog Gone Breath All-Natural Chewable Tablets.

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GIVEAWAY: Dog Gone Breath is giving one bottle of 30 day to three lucky reader! (3) lucky winner’s will be selected at random to win (1) bottle of 30 tablets of Dog Gone Breath All-Natural Chewable Tablets – This is a $14.99 value for each bottle! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on April 20th (4/20/2018) to receive this puppy breath freshener.! Open to residents in the US only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Dog Gone Breath. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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24 thoughts on “Dog Gone Breath – Chewable Treat Review

  1. Yona Williams

    One downside for us is that our lil’ pooch doesn’t like 95% of the dogs she comes in contact with, so she sounds worse than the Tasmanian Devil when she comes across one.

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  2. Sandy Klocinski

    For me, the worst thing is that if I am taking a trip that I can’t take the dog, I have to arrange to have someone come and stay at the house with him. He is a doberman trapped in a chihuahua’s body and does not like other dogs at all. Doesn’t like a whole lot of people either. And he will bite. So it takes someone special to come and stay with him.

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  3. Toni Ann

    I love my dogs dearly but sometimes I do have to leave the house without them, and it is very hard finding good care for them. I don’t believe they would do well in a boarding situation so we have to rely on family members for care.

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  4. Jen D.

    Our Bichon, Tillie, is 15 years old and taking care of an elderly dog is challenging.

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  5. Michele Pineda

    right now we’ve been struggling with ticks they seem to be relentless this year and the Frontline just is not working the way it should, so I guess the cost of meds and finding the right combination that works with our dog is really important.

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  6. marlene a harris

    my senior rescue pups i always adopt the older ones they need love and care they bring much love to me

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  7. Jaque Richards

    The only downside is the expense. Well worth it though. 🙂 I can’t imagine life without my best friend.

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  8. Elizabeth T.

    These would be great for my dog, Princess. She’s just getting over the puppy stage, so her breath isn’t quite as fresh as it used to be.

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  9. Eileen Boyce

    The downside is how sad it is when they die. They are like our babies.

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  10. jenn fike

    All of the fur!!! I have a lab and a pitweiler and the amount of fur. . I pick up softball size piles twice a day!

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  11. Joni Chadwell

    cleaning up the mess in the backyard. that’s ok …we can over look it…our doggie is so worth the effort. i guess we all have to “go”…LOL

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