Homemade minty frozen dog treats

Fresh and minty treat for your dog: Perfect for his breath and the summer!

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Pet Chef Recipes: Minty Frozen Dog Treats for Bad Breath

By Justine Seraphin Country Manager

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This delicious frozen dog treat recipe has a triple functionality. It’s tasty, it freshens breath, and it cools your dog down on a hot summer day. What more could you ask for?

On today’s edition of Pet Chef, we show you how to make delicious frozen dog treats for bad breath. 

As dog lovers, we love a good doggy cuddle and slobbery kiss. But when there’s doggy breath involved, these kisses aren’t as pleasant. Not to worry though, Elton our office Italian Greyhound has tested out these delicious frozen mint and parsley treats and we tested his kisses after. Trust us, this works!

Best homemade breath freshener for dogs

The great thing about this recipe is that it’s just as tasty as it is efficient! Plus, it’s super easy to make!

Total preparation time: 15 minutes

Dog tasty score: 5 out of 5

Human tasty score: 4 out of 5

Wamiz tip: Store these tasty dog treats in your freezer and whip one out before your guests arrive! That way if your dog starts kissing anyone, you’re sure his/her breath is smelling fresh!

Nutritionist’s tip: These treats can’t replace a good tooth-brushing session. While they’ll leave your dog’s breath smelling fresh, they won’t help to reduce plaque or tartar. This fresh-breath dog treat recipe is a quick solution to a bad breath problem, but you should still be brushing your dog’s teeth as often as possible to prevent any dental diseases. 

Suitable for cats: No

Recipe for frozen dog breath mints

You only need 3 ingredients to make this delicious recipe for your dog. While these homemade dog breath mints are easy to make, they’re still considered a treat, so remember to feed in moderation!


  • 280 grams of plain or Greek yogurt
  • Small handful of fresh parsley leaves
  • Small handful of fresh mint leaves


  1. Place yogurt and parsley and mint leaves into a blender.
  2. Blend until the herbs are evenly spread and the mixture is smooth. 
  3. Add water for thinner consistency (optional).
  4. Fill ice trays of your choice and pop them in the freezer.
  5. Freeze until solid.

And voilà! All you have to do now is enjoy! What did your dog think of these tasty mint and parsley frozen dog treats?

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