According to LilPeaPod, Samson's doggie breath doesn't always smell like roses. And who doesn't have this problem? So when she went into her local pet shop looking for an all natural breath spray, she was ecstatic to find Happytails Dog Smog Remedy ($14) that "curtails emissions from both ends"! Why is this so exciting? Well, if you don't know bulldogs, they are known to have a bit of a noisy rear end.
I wanted an all natural breath spray for Samson, since brushing his teeth doesn't seem to be helping curb his doggie breath (his food has a pretty potent smell), and was more than happy to try the Dog Smog Remedy, since he seems to have a lot of air in his belly ever since we changed his food to a different brand.
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LilPeaPod has been using Dog Smog for about a week now and says that so far it's working great:
After only a few days, Samson's breath is smelling a lot better! I suppose that is thanks to the peppermint and spearmint essential oils. Plus, he's had less gas and bloating, from the fennel, ginger, parsley, and sage extracts among other natural ingredients in the Remedy. Samson loves the taste, and I like his fresh breath and clean air. . . if you know what I mean!
You should be able to find Happytails Dog Smog Remedy at your local pet shop, or you can pick it up online. Have any products that you'd like to share with us? Head on over to my Street Team group and post your recommendations and reviews!