1. Throw out the store-bought processed kibble.
Almost all kibble contains fillers, bulking agents and preservatives. These are all are foreign to your dog's digestive system and can cause terrible smelling gas. They can also cause bad breath and unhealthy diarrhea.
2. Serve a homemade or raw meat diet.
It's so easy to do and dogs love it! Start by removing a quarter of the kibble in your dog's meal. Replace it with whole boneless meat and a little carrot, sweet potato, squash or pumpkin. Continue decreasing the amount of kibble over the next two weeks. Until you've completely replaced it.
3. Get rid of the pet treats stash.
Most pet treats contain ingredients that will cause foul smells to come out of both ends of your dog. To avoid offensive smells, look for freeze-dried or air-dried treats. Made from pure fish or meat. Check the nutrition label for single to limited ingredients.
4. Serve more human food.
Yes, you read that right. Animal and fish meats are chop-licking good and nutritious for your loyal companion. Make a nutritious meal for yourself, hold the seasoning and share it with your pooch. Stay away from feeding any soy, dairy, grains, and gluten.
5. Keep the teeth clean with something to chew on.
Don't forget to keep the chops clean! Crunchy single-ingredient treats and natural chewing sticks will do the trick. The crunching, knawing and biting will help scrape and remove soft plaque from the teeth.
6. Add high-quality probiotics to every meal.
Probiotics are the key addition to a successful gut detox for smelly gas relief. The best probiotics for dogs aid in digestion and healthy bowels. Your dog needs probiotics to help breakdown fats, carbohydrates, and proteins. Resulting in cleaner butt air, firmer poop and fresh dog breath.