DIY Toothpaste for Dogs! Homemade Recipe for a natural, toxic free alternative for your furry friends. Doggie Toothpaste is easy to make and helps eliminate bad dog breath.
Check out this DIY Toothpaste for Dogs using Essential Oils!
If you love your dog but hate the bad breath, this DIY Toothpaste for Dogs is for you! What if there was a solution for that? What if there was an oil for that? Well, guess what?! There is!!
Plus, here are even more EASY DIY Recipes for your dogs!
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Meet Huntley! Huntley is our dog and he is needing some serious help in the doggie breath area. Don’t worry though, I made this doggie toothpaste for him and he loves it! It’s a win-win for us both and perfectly safe to use on him! For more about using Essential Oils on Animals, click here.
I am ALL about creating easy and simple DIY recipes. This DIY Puppy Paste is so simple to make and perfect for your babies!
DIY Toothpaste for Dogs
Here’s What You Need:
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Mix all ingredients together in a mason jar.
Apply directly to dogs teeth with a tooth brush or let them lick the mixture with their tongue.
*Use fewer drops of essential oil if you have a smaller dog.
- 2 Tablespoons Baking Soda
- 2 Tablespoons Coconut Oil
- 2 Drops Peppermint Essential Oil
- Small Jars or Mason Jars
- Mix all ingredients together in a mason jar.
- Apply directly to dogs teeth with a tooth brush or let them lick the mixture with their tongue.
- *Use fewer drops of essential oil if you have a smaller dog.
This Homemade Dog Recipe is one of our most popular recipes. I hope that you find this helpful and can use this recipe with your fur babies! When it comes to using Essential oils on Dogs (or animals) here are some tips to remember!
Here are some other tips to remember when using essential oils on animals from Young Living:
1. Most animals are more sensitive than humans to essential oils.
If you want to start using essential oils on your animals be sure to dilute them heavily and use in moderation. Every animal is different so be aware how each animal responds to the different oils. Do not get essential oils in your animals eyes. Avoid high-phenol oils such as Oregano and Thyme. Use special caution when using essential oils with cats – especially citrus oils.
2. Your animals size affects the amount of oil you should use.
3. Apply oils to yourself or diffuse to introduce animals to essential oils and help them get comfortable.
4. Once animals are used to essential oils, animals can respond well to topical application.
Paws are a great place to apply essential oils.
Here is a great list of Animal Specific Essential Oil Products!
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