Frozen Mint Treats for Bad Breath

These delicious frozen dog treats have a three-fold function: They are delicious, provide fresh breath, and refresh your dog on hot summer days.

In today’s issue of Pet Chef, we want to show you how you can make refreshing dog treats against bad breath yourself.

Like all dog lovers, we don’t say no to a little cuddle and tender dog kisses. However, if the fur noses suffer from bad breath, these kisses become less pleasant.

Homemade Breath Fresheners for Dogs

The good thing about this recipe is that it is as tasty as it is effective. Plus, it’s super easy to do.

Preparation time: 15 minutes

Store the treats in your freezer and feed one right before your guests arrive. Then, when your pooch is kissing with joy, you can be sure that his breath smells nice.

Nutritional tip: Of course, these treats are no substitute for thorough dental care for your dog. Because even if they freshen the breath, they neither remove plaque nor tartar. These treats are therefore helpful for acute breath freshening, but for long-term success, you should brush your dog’s teeth as often as possible to prevent dental problems.

Suitable for cats: No.

Recipe for Frozen Breath Mint Treats

You don’t need more than 3 ingredients for this delicious recipe. Even if the treats are very easy to make, make sure that you only feed them in moderation.


  • 280 g Greek plain yogurt;
  • A small handful of fresh parsley;
  • A small handful of fresh mint.


  1. Put the yogurt, mint, and parsley in a blender.
  2. Mix everything until you have a uniform mass.
  3. Add a little water for a thinner consistency (optional).
  4. Fill the ice cube tray of your choice with the mixture and place it in the freezer compartment.
  5. Let the treats freeze!

Now you can pamper your four-legged sweet tooth. How did your pooch like these refreshing treats?

Alice White

Written by Alice White

Alice White, a devoted pet lover and writer, has turned her boundless affection for animals into a fulfilling career. Originally dreaming of wildlife, her limited scientific background led her to specialize in animal literature. Now she happily spends her days researching and writing about various creatures, living her dream.

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