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PupStyling Bad Breath Remedy-Product Review

Bad dog breath isn’t PupStylish and needs to be tackled with both stilettos on! Let’s admit it,  dogs have bad breath and most pet parents we just tend to put up with it instead of fighting the good fight to fix it. If you have a puppy like I do, you might be handing out more treats as positive training reward than you usually do. Many store bought brands are actually really stinky and leave that smell behind in your dogs breath. YUCK!

After reviewing pet products for over 15 years, we often get the 411 on a new product before the masses gain access. When I saw a fellow Marketing and PR CZAR was offering up a new product to test out for dog bad breath I had to jump at the opportunity. I haven’t tested this out on any adult dogs, but I can testify that it totally worked on Norman at 7 months old. His breath used to smell like roses and now it resembles something rank in my fridge.

TEST SUBJECT: NORMAN OLIVER, FAMOUS FROM INSTAGRAM @NORMADO.

Dog Gone Breath isn’t a breath mint but instead of goes to the tummy to balance out gut flora which is often the culprit. After two days of usage, it has worked for Norman. He seems to love the taste I notice a difference quickly. 

It’s made from all natural ingredients that will make any vegan jump for joy. All of the ingredients have been known for centuries to help stomach issues so it makes sense that they would help dogs too and cure the bacteria causing stinky kisses. This cost is $19.99 and worth every penny!

Dara Foster’s 2016 Holiday Gift Ideas For Your Dog

Did you know that 63% of American house holds have pets? Dog gifts this holiday season are all about personalization, customization and keeping them safe and healthy.

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From human-grade dog food tailored for your specific dog delivered right to your door, to dog DNA test kits that not only give you the fluffy breed reveal, but teach you about potential genetic diseases for your dog. It’s all about caring for your dog as an unique individual not just as generic breed or dog.

Check out my latest TV appearance on the Morning Blend and holiday gift pet gift ideas below. Happy shopping PupStylers!

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PupStyle Rules!

It’s Time to Show Off YOUR Dog’s Natural Character!

This is a sponsored post by PUPSTYLE.COM and these opinions are 100% my own.

As dog owners, we know dogs are one-of-a-kind natural characters whether they ride a skateboard, practice Yoga or strut around in a dapper bowtie. They make us smile, laugh and even feel better when we are sick. Regardless of what makes your dog a unique character, it’s worth sharing with the rest of the world to put a smile on someone’s face today.

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Dick Van Patten’s Natural Balance® Pet Foods is traveling across the continent to meet as many dogs with character as possible. You can join the fun by sharing your pet’s pic at NaturalCharacters.com. If you let your friends and family know, they can like the pic or share it on social, helping your furry pal become a featured pet in your region!

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uploaded a photo of Oliver, wrote his character description, and voila! The campaign has begun! It’s extremely quick and simple to get started.

You start by going to NaturalCharacters.com and clicking on the region you live in in the United States or in Canada and upload your pet photo. You can even add a short description explaining why your fur-baby is a natural character, which can really help land you likes! Once uploaded, it’s time to start spreading the news on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter using #NaturalCharacters.

Have fun and don’t forget to LIKE Oliver!

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Embrace Your Dogs Wild Side-Even When He Wears A Wig

This is a sponsored post by PupStyle and these opinions are 100% my own.

Contrary to outer appearances, the smallest toy dog breeds – even the ones who might on occasion wear bowties and top hats – are still related to the mighty wolf.

So despite the style choices, these dogs still require a diet resembling what their ancestors ate in the wild. PupStyle.com CEO, Mr. Oliver is no exception and became super WILD and frisky after his recent protein packed Natural Balance® Wild Pursuit™ lunch.

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The high-protein kibble, with 20 grams of protein, means Oliver can maintain his healthy waistline for all of the summer fashion photo shoots and still have the energy to scope out other dogs to boss around.

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Oliver is so wild after his tasty  lunch that he’s attempting to hack the nutrition code of Natural Balance® Wild Pursuit™.

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Natural Balance® Wild Pursuit™ makes Oliver so happy he forgets he having a bad hair day and eating out of a can instead of a plate-GASP!

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Natural Balance® Wild Pursuit™ puts Oliver so in touch with his wild side that he completely forgets his manners and mistakes tires for trees…OOPS!

Natural Balance® Wild Pursuit™ is formulated to satisfy your dog’s wild side and even the most pampered pet’s ancestral cravings.

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