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Dog Bad Breath & Dental Care Solution - Natural Remedy for Canine Oral Health

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Original price $39.99
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BestLife4Pets' Dog Bad Breath & Dental Care Solution helps reduce the pain of mouth infections, inflamed gums, and fungal stomatitis in dogs. Our powerful natural remedy reduces bad breath and keeps their teeth healthy and plaque-free.... Read More

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supplement Directions & benefits


  • Small Dogs Under 25lbs: 3 pills 3 times a day
  • Medium Dogs 25 - 60 lbs: 4 pills 3 times a day
  • Large Dogs over 60 lbs: 6 pills 3 times a day
Once symptoms improve: Return to regular dose.
To maintain good oral health: Give 3 pills 2 times a day, daily.

Administer pills to your dog directly, mix with food, or place in treats. Crush or dissolve pills in water if needed.

Read More: Ingredients

key benefits

  • Combats periapical disease, periodontis, gingivitis, cheilitis, glossitis, CUPS (stomatitis) and more: Effectively targets and manages a variety of dental conditions.
  • Proven homeopathic formula: Treats infection and disease at their roots, using only plants and minerals.
  • Powerful pain relief: Eases symptoms and allows your pup to feel better faster.
  • Anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic action: Soothes inflamed gums and eases muscle contractions that lead to jaw pain.
  • Eliminates bad breath: Wipes out odor-causing substances from your dog’s mouth.
  • Strong teeth: Special minerals help strengthen the enamel and boost the healing process of associated nerve pain.

why you will love Dog Bad Breath & Dental Care Solution for your dog

Is your dog experiencing oral health problems? Does their bad breath rival locker room sneakers or rotten cheese? Have they lost their appetite because of tooth or gum pain?

Don’t wait until things get worse and your pup has to suffer through extensive – and expensive - veterinary dental work and teeth extractions. Instead, act now and save both you and your fur baby from a lot of pain and heartache down the road by choosing a homeopathic canine dental treatment that works.

Dog Bad Breath and Dental Care remedy is the smart and all-natural solution for healthy toothy smiles.
This dental disease treatment helps control degenerative mouth ailments and relieve recurrent and painful mouth ulcers or infections. It also aids in clearing up gingivitis, reduces bad breath, and eases nerve, jaw and tooth discomfort. Give your pet the benefits of a clean mouth and pain-free life, without the side effects or harsh chemicals.

Help your furry friend stay healthy with BestLife4Pets' Oral Health for Dogs today!

** Spotlight on Our Rebrand: Our new label isn't just a makeover; we've enhanced this remedy to not only help with your pup's dental issues but also to help keep your dog's breath fresh. For the full scoop on why we freshened up but kept the goodness, head over to our FAQ Page

how Dental Care for dogs works


  • Capsicum D100 100C: Aids in reducing bad breath by enhancing saliva production, which helps wash away food particles and bacteria.
  • Cinnamon 30C: Helps freshen breath and supports oral health through its natural antibacterial properties, which help control odor-causing bacteria in the mouth.
  • Condurango D6 60C: Supports overall oral health by promoting healthy mucous membranes in the mouth, helping to prevent mouth ulcers and other oral issues.
  • Hydrastis Mur D3 30C: Aids in relieving mouth soreness and helps reduce gum inflammation, making it beneficial for dogs with sensitive gums.
  • Illicium 30C: Helps with oral health issues by maintaining a healthy oral flora and freshening breath.
  • Kali Permanganatum D3 30C: Supports oral hygiene by acting as a mild antiseptic, helping to cleanse the mouth and reduce the buildup of harmful bacteria.
  • Merc Sol D100 100C: Aids in reducing oral inflammation and helps in treating gum disease by addressing gum swelling and bleeding.
  • Nitric Acid D100 100C: Supports gum health by helping to heal sore gums and ulcers, promoting a healthier oral environment.
  • Sulphuric Acid D100 100C: Aids in reducing plaque and tartar buildup, which are primary causes of bad breath and dental disease.
  • Tissue salts lactose base pills (Ferr Phos, Mag Phos, and Calc Fluor) 6x: Supports the body's natural balance and function, promoting overall health that includes strengthening tooth enamel and maintaining healthy gums.
Additional Features:
  • No Additives: Free from artificial ingredients, preservatives, and alcohol. Gluten-free, GMO-free, and completely safe for your dog.
  • Tasteless & Odorless: Quick-dissolving pellets that are flavorless and scentless, perfect for mixing into your dog's favorite food or treats.
  • Easy to Administer: Pills can be given whole, mixed with food, or dissolved in water—ideal for finicky eaters and rescue dogs.
  • Safe for All Breeds & Ages: Suitable for any dog, from Chihuahuas to Great Danes, puppies to pregnant mothers.
  • This remedy and its ingredients generally have no specific contraindications and are considered safe with all medications. However, if your pet has existing health issues or if you have any questions or concerns, it is advised to consult your veterinarian.
  • Store in a dry place and away from essential oils and strong scents

See the FAQs at the bottom for more answers to questions about dental issues and Oral Health for Dogs.


Frequently Asked Questions

Dogs can suffer from different types of infections in their mouths. The most common are periodontal disease and gingivitis. Periodontal disease is a plaque bacteria infection in the tissues surrounding and supporting their teeth (the the periodontium). Gingivitis is a plaque bacterial infection of the gums (gingiva).

If your dog is suffering from a mouth infection, you may notice red and swollen (inflamed) gums along with excessive drooling, severe bad breath, a buildup on teeth of tartar, a pus-type discharge in the mouth, and a lack of appetite. Typically in dogs, mouth sores don’t become noticeable until the infection has become severe.

Stomatitis in dogs is also known as canine chronic ulcerative stomatitis (CCUS). Scientists are not clear what exactly causes stomatitis but it’s associated with a bacterial infection in them mouth, such as periodontitis or gingivitis. Dogs with weakened immune systems, such as older dogs and those living with kidney disease or diabetes, are more susceptible to developing stomatitis. The infection causes inflammation of your dog’s mucus membranes in their mouth (oral mucosa) along with their gums, tongue, and pharynx (back of the mouth).

It’s best treated by removing any buildup of calculus and plaque from the teeth, feeding a nutritious diet that includes supplements like our Oral Care for Dogs, and twice daily teeth brushing. Dogs who develop stomatitis tend to have relapses for the rest of their lives, so good dental hygiene is essential to prevent frequent issues.

Prevention is the key with gingivitis as with all aspects of your dog’s health. We recommend daily teeth brushing, feeding a nutritious diet that includes supplements like our Oral Health for Dogs, and giving crunchy treats. Wiping your dog’s mouth with a washcloth wetted with coconut oil or plain water can help. Adding a small amount of raw apple cider into your dog’s water can also help. Just like in humans, gingivitis is treated by thoroughly cleaning your dog’s teeth. If the infection is severe - your dog’s teeth are getting loose and starting to fall out - your dog may need veterinary dental care.

Gingivitis can be painful for dogs because their gums are inflamed. As the disease gets worse, their teeth become loose and can eventually start to fall out. In this case, prevention is important to reduce the discomfort and pain of gum disease.

The cost of treatment for stomatitis depends on several factors including the severity of the infection, how much pain your dog is experiencing, and if oral surgery is required. Veterinary dental cleanings for dogs typically cost $500-800 per procedure. In less severe cases, using homeopathic remedies like our Oral Health for Dogs can save money while avoiding invasive treatment methods. As always, preventing stomatitis through brushing and giving your pet healthy food and supplements can help reduce future costs.

Coconut oil can help your dog’s overall health. It’s been shown to improve their coat and skin, improve their digestion, and increase their energy levels. When you improve your dog’s total health, they are able to better fight off infections of any kind, including gum disease.

Stomatitis is a bacterial infection that must be treated. The infection can cause a weakened immune system, which can make your dog susceptible to other diseases. Plus, dogs who are experiencing mouth pain may not want to eat or drink, which can quickly become life-threatening. Yet with early detection and proper treatment, your dog can regain their appetite and feel better fast.

Tooth loss in dogs is most frequently caused by gingivitis and stomatitis. While not a disease, fractured teeth is another common cause of tooth loss in dogs. Unlike sharks, dogs do not regrow their teeth - because they use their teeth for so many things, it's especially important to take good care of them.

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