Bad breath in your pets
I hope you're enjoying this superb early fall temperature, for hiking and playing outside, there's nothing better!! Not to mention the multiple smells… Good and not so good!
Which brings me to talk to you today about something that seemed very mysterious to me until now when I saw Charlie drinking water… Green… Yes yes GREEN!
And imagine that I learn that this green water is chlorophyll… You know?
Chlorophyll is how can I say… The “blood” of plants and looks so much like our own blood. Powerful antioxidant, it increases the immune system and has a detoxifying power.
For both humans and pets, it is used for:
- Bad breath and body odor
- Kidney stones (especially for cats, as it increases thirst)
- Reduces acidity, digestion, fewer farts
- Regulates blood sugar, diabetes
- Reduces inflammation, pain
- Skin problems, allergies, tissue repair
Of course, we don't like to admit it, but it's a frequent reality, feline but especially canine bad breath... So if you're tired of being pushed away or turned your head (in the wrong way!) , try a drop or two in your water bowl (Land Art for dogs and cats).
NB: Dogs have it easier than cats, the latter being more capricious (sorry Gaïa (my roommate), it's too true!). So, you can add it to their food or directly into the mouth using the dropper.
Mr. Watson…Wow! Wow!
NB: It is always good to have a diagnosis from your veterinarian.