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Regular use of Fresh Mint Foam keeps teeth and gums clean. Its natural fromula provides instant fresh breath. For best results, your pet should receive daily oral care to promote periodontal health and overall wellness.

Customer Review:
By moonrocket from Kokamo, IN

My dog's breath always smelled like curry. I feed him a lot of curry, but I would expect natural dog enzymes would target the curry smell molecules and restore his mouth to a sterile odor. They do not. This product is a godsend. Now my dog smells like a freshly mopped floor when he breathes on me.

Age: 51-55

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Customer Review:
By Kurtis from Barrel Roll, TN

Does this work on humans? I desperately need a stronger breath freshener if I'm going to get this big promotion. I know this says it is for dogs, but that probably just means it works twice as good on humans like every other dog product. Can I safely fill my mouth with this stuff? I'm going to try it and assume I can. Here I go.

Age: 31-35

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Customer Review:
By Hershel

I cannot stand bad dog breath. I don't know how dogs put up with it. The most expensive part of owning a dog is constantly trying to find chemicals and products to neutralize their foul breath. It's a battle I've been losing. Until now.

Pros: Makes my dogs breath smell like industrial cleaning agents.

Cons: Causes dog to run a few degrees hotter. Dog sometimes passes out as a result, but wakes up a few hours later no worse for wear after his organs and blood have cooled down.

Age: 31-35

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Customer Review:
By Gladys from Grand Rapids, MN

I use this product on my husband all the time. He hates it and it causes his gums to blister and bleed profusely, but I shouldn't have to put up with bad breath if I don't have to.

Age: 46-50

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Customer Review:
By newyorksalsaman

This product works a little too good. My dog's breath smelled so good we maybe kind of kissed. The dog was way more into it than I was, so I'm no pervert or anything. Dog is really getting aggressive about the kissing thing and I'm just not into that. Don't buy this product if you want to maintain a healthy relationship with your dog.

Age: 41-45

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Customer Review:
By Carl from Bismarck, ND

I'm not a dog but I have a question. Will this breath freshening foam work... you know... down there? Because my wife has some odor issues and I am at my wit's end here!!!

Age: 41-45

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Customer Review:
By Stan from Salt Lake City, UT

works great on dog breath, but what about dog butts? let's be honest: that's the real elephant in the room in terms of offensive odors.

Age: 41-45

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Customer Review:
By skymallrat from Bronson, MO

I personally think the inside of a dog's mouth smells great, so I don't see the need for some magical breath foam. I will not be buying this product but nonetheless feel inclined to give it a poor rating.

Age: 26-30

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Customer Review:
By Devon from Gulfport, MS

Not worth the money. Just do what everyone else does and make your dog eat 6-10 hot dogs to fix his breath. Smells great afterwards and the dog loves it.

Age: 41-45

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