I always thought that dealing with smelly doggy breath was one of the sacrifices you had to make for enjoying the love and companionship of a furry friend. You just had to scrunch up your nose when you wanted a bit of puppy love. While I learned to just accept the smell, the Kassebaums of TropiClean put their heads together to develop a natural and healthy way to keep doggy breath fresh.

Thank goodness for their creativity and hard work. Among other great products the Kassebaums introduced TropiClean® Fresh Breath Drops™, which are an easy to use breath freshener for both dogs and cats. I’m excited about this new dental pet product, because extra fresh breath means there are no more excuses for some Luna snuggling!

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This post is sponsored by TropiClean and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops, but Beagles & Bargains only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. TropiClean is not responsible for the content of this article.

TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops

Got stinky dog breath, but not enough time to brush your pups teeth? The TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops are made to help fight bad breath without the need for brushing. While they don’t completely replace brushing your dog’s teeth, they do help maintain your pup’s oral health in between regular brushings and can help prevent the need for a dental cleaning at the vet’s office.

Luna has been recently enjoying a new dehydrated fish recipe, which is great for her. She really seems to enjoy it, but oh my does her breath smell. We’ll be putting our sample TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops to the test over the next few weeks. Check back on September 24 to see the results and a chance to enter to win Fresh Breath Drops of your own!

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How to Use TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops

For extra fresh breath, you just need to add 3 drops of the TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops to your dog’s water bowl (16 oz of water) each day. There is no brushing required!

If multiple pets share a water bowl, don’t fret. The Fresh Breath Drops are made with natural ingredients that are safe for both dogs and cats. You can adjust how frequently you add the drops based on how much your pets drink. In general, it is 3 drops (or pumps) for each 16 oz of water.

Luna tries water with TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops

Happy Mouth, Happy Dog

Oral hygiene is an important factor in the overall health of your dog that is often overlooked. In fact, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show signs of periodontal disease by age three. That is unbelievable! But, I bet a lot of it is because pet owners often find regular brushing too time consuming or difficult. I know that I struggle with Luna’s brushing because she always tries to eat the toothbrush.

TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops help improve your pet’s breath and oral health without all the extra effort. Although they aren’t a complete brushing replacement, they can aid in your dog’s happiness by helping them live long, healthy lives. Plus, all those pooch smooches will smell a lot better!

Luna and the new TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops

Where to Buy TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops

TropiClean Fresh Breath Drops are available for purchase for $9.99 from Petco and other independent retailers. You can find a store near you by using TropiClean’s Store Locator.

Learn More About TropiClean

You can learn more about TropiClean Dental Care by visiting TropiClean.com or by following TropiClean on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.

How do you keep your pet’s breath fresh?

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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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