The End of Bad Breath for our Dog
Prime Women | April 28, 2020
On a scale of 1-10, my dog Maddie’s bad breath was a 14. Maddie is an 11-year-old Cairn terrier/ Poodle mix whose diet has consists of eating grass, dog food, treats and the occasional rabbit poo. Her teeth have been professionally cleaned only once at the vet, and the tartar build-up was substantial which only added to the severity of her bad breath.
I was asked to try ProBioraPet, a probiotic powder that you give your pet daily that kills bad breath and whitens their teeth while supporting their gum health, and write about my experience. Of course, you are always concerned about giving your pet something chemical, but I was assured that ProBioraPet was an all-natural product (it’s actually regulated as a food product). It gets rid of bad breath by restoring the natural balance of good bacteria rather than killing bad bacteria. The good bacteria crowd out the bad bacteria that cause bad breath and irritated and bleeding gums.
I have to say I was a bit skeptical. How could a little power sprinkled on Maddie’s food every day solve her bad breath issues? However, I am pleased to report that after just 3 weeks of adding it to her food almost daily (I have forgotten a few days), Maddie’s breath is noticeability fresher, and her teeth appear to be getting whiter.
There’s a good reason ProBioraPet was so effective in killing Maddie’s bad breath. It is backed by 30 years of clinical research, and it’s the first oral care probiotic specifically formulated with ProBiora3® blend of beneficial bacteria to naturally balance the bacteria in a dog’s or cat’s mouth. The powder is 100% natural, odorless and flavorless, so even the pickiest eaters can enjoy the benefits. Maddie isn’t the pickiest eater (remember the rabbit poo?), but she has been licking her bowl clean since we started adding ProBioraPet to her food. ProBioraPet contains no known allergens and is considered safe for pets with allergies.
You’ll also want to know that ProBioraPet is made at a certified GMP, FDA-registered facility here in the USA. And if you’re curious about how it actually works, the patented probiotic blend adheres to teeth and below the gum line. This is how it crowds out undesirable bacteria that can cause bad breath and releases continuous low doses of hydrogen peroxide that naturally whitens teeth.
Professional teeth cleaning at the veterinary clinic is an expensive investment in your pet’s oral care, but ProBiora Pet has given Maddie a fresher and healthier mouth for pennies a day. I highly recommend you give it a try if your cat or dog has bad breath!
Originally published on PrimeWomen – https://primewomen.com/prime-picks/prime-pick-probiorapet-for-dog-bad-breath/