Cat Bad Breath

Cat Bad Breath

It’s not an unusual problem for pet owners to notice that their feline friends have bad breath. For the most part, cat bad breath is generally a result of bacteria. Many cats are, in fact, prone to plaque and tartar. Even cats who receive dental treatment regularly from the veterinarian still have the possibility of suffering from oral health issues, such as periodontitis and gingivitis.

While regular dental care for your felines is important, this may not always solve all of the issues. The good news is that solutions are available for bad breath–“halitosis”–in cats. There are cat tartar removal products that can help deal with the problem.

Cat tartar removal products are now available through Suzie’s Pet Supplies. The way these products work is that they actually change the pH levels in your cat’s saliva, changing the saliva from acidic to alkaline. This alone does an incredible job of decreasing the bacteria levels in a cat’s mouth; it is a great option for cat owners dealing with bad breath in their pets.

This cat bad breath remedy is so easy to use! All you have to do is add 1 tablespoon per each quart of water and pour it into your pet’s water bowl. Your cat drinks from his or her bowl like always, although you will see results after a mere four to six weeks. You’ll first notice fresher breather, and you will come to discover that your cat’s teeth will be tarter free in that time. And your pet’s teeth will stay that way

You can purchase Suzie’s Tartar Liquid as a concentrate, and it comes in bottles of the following sizes:

  • 8-ounce bottle (makes 4 gallons)
  • 16-ounce bottle (makes 8 gallons)
  • 32-ounce bottle (makes 16 gallons)


Find out more about our products here.