A few weeks ago, I introduced you to TropiClean® Fresh Breath Drops™ and now I’m back to let you know how my two week trial with Luna went.

Just prior to writing this post, I was chasing Luna around so that I could smell her breath. Yes, I said I wanted to smell my dog’s breath. When does that ever happen?

As weird as it sounds, I had to do it. It was for scientific analysis. The only actual way to tell if Luna has fresh breath was to smell it, so I took a deep breath and took a whiff. Once Luna stopped being weirded out that I was sticking my nose in her mouth and cooperated, I was surprised to find NO bad doggy breath!

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What are TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops?

TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops are an easy to use breath freshener for dogs and cats. They are made to help fight bad breath without the need for brushing. The Fresh Breath Drops are made with natural ingredients that are safe for both dogs and cats.

When I added the Fresh Breath Drops to Luna’s water bowl, I didn’t notice any odor, film, or other thing that might discourage her from drinking. She drank her water normally. In fact, she may have actually consumed even more water!

Just add 3 drops of TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops for #TropiCleanFresh Breath!

Do Really TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops Work?

In my experience, the answer is yes! In just two short weeks, I can’t attest to an improvement in Luna’s overall oral hygiene, BUT I can tell you that her breath does in fact smell fresh.

Remember how I said I smelled my dog’s breath willingly? To my own surprise, the first thing I said afterwards was “it actually smells good!” Okay, not exactly “I want to make that smell into a candle” good, but a whole heck of a lot better than it did two weeks ago.

Luna had recently drank some of her water (with TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops) and it left her breath with a slight minty smell. It was nothing overwhelming or super noticeable and that is exactly how I think breath (dog, human, or otherwise) should smell.

Healthy Mouth. Happy Human. Happy Dog!

Luna stays hydrated and improves her oral health with TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops for pets

How to Use TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops

These drops are so easy to use. It just takes 3 drops per 16 oz of water! That is it!

I keep our TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops right next to the sink, so I can replenish them every time I refill Luna’s water bowl. TropiClean really nailed making it easy to prevent stinky dog breath!

Where to Buy TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops

TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops are available for purchase for less than $10 from Petco, Amazon, and other independent retailers. You can also find a store near you by using TropiClean’s Store Locator.

Learn More About TropiClean

Are you interested in learning more about TropiClean Dental Care? Be sure to visit TropiClean.com and follow TropiClean on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Luna enjoys her TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops for dogs

Enter to Win TropiCean Fresh Breath Drops!

Right now we are working with a group of other bloggers to bring an amazing giveaway to you! Ten (10) winners will receive their own bottle of TropiCean Fresh Breath Drops! Be sure to enter before the giveaway ends at 11:59 PM EST on 10/9/15! Open to 18+ in the USA.

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Jessica Shipman

Jessica Shipman

Jessica Shipman is a bargain hunter, food lover, and software engineer figuring out how to be a pet parent for the first time. Jessica has been a long time lover of all animals (especially llamas and manatees) and is happy that she can finally combine that love with technology.
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