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Is mint ok for dogs

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Is mint ok for dogs?

We are moving away from the house we were in before and I was hoping to bring the dogs with me, but they hate the smell of mint. Is it ok to put a bunch of mint leaves in the yard for the dogs to come around, and do I need to cover them when it rns?

I've never had a dog in the house but the dog in this question is an American Eskimo dog. He's not a puppy but is about 2 years old. Is he going to be ok if I just keep the mint in the yard? The mint is just going to be in a pile somewhere.

I've never had a dog in the house but the dog in this question is an American Eskimo dog. He's not a puppy but is about 2 years old. Is he going to be ok if I just keep the mint in the yard? The mint is just going to be in a pile somewhere.

The mint will smell like mint, which is what the dogs will be used to. It will probably help to keep the dogs in a well-ventilated area so the minty smell will not be overwhelming. They will not like the minty smell for a while, but after that they will not like it.

I would put a bag in the yard and the dogs will have to sniff their way around to find the mint in the bag. I would cover the mint with a tarp at night and put the mint in the trash bag. I would put the mint in a place they can not get at it.

Mint should be ok, but some dogs will not like the smell. Mint has a strong scent that can be over powering. If it's a small area you may consider putting a bag of mint on the ground and having the dogs sniff their way through. Or you can put it in a plastic bag or a bucket of water and the dogs can have a sniff of their choice. Mint also helps with bad breath. If your dogs enjoy it you may continue to use it. If they do not enjoy it, it is just too strong for them.

I've heard that mint is very good for the digestion and will keep the breath fresh.

Mint is usually not a problem for our dogs as they don't care for it very much.

However I do have a dog that will not go near the mint at all.

I think mint has a really strong smell that would overwhelm any dog. They would definitely have to be kept away from it, because if they went near the smell, they could either be knocked down by the smell or have an allergic reaction.

If it were me, I would not put any of it in my yard as it would be overpowering for them. I would do my best to contn it to somewhere that the dogs could not go near it. I would think about putting the mint on top of the dog kennel or under it.

Thanks for all the advice. It's going to be a minty, minty yard. We are moving away from a house with a lot of minty smells. This is because my husband loves to barbecue with mint jelly and the dogs don't like the smell.

I think mint is very healthy for the dog. It helps to fight colds and coughs, and it smells really great. I would put it in their water and I would put it in a plastic bag.

If the dogs get to the mint, it will be all they can smell. I would put it on the deck or on the other side of the kennel so the smell would not bother them, and if you have a big dog, you might want to make a "mint" area where they can go to the mint.

My husband used to buy this type of minty smelling thing when I was a kid, and he would put it in the fridge and we would eat it like a candy. I think this is what you are talking about. My husband loves the taste of mint candy, and I love the smell of it.

Another possibility is to put a bunch of the mint in a bag or bucket and let them go at it. They will enjoy the smell and the taste. Then when you go to take the mint out, they won't even know you have done it!

The mint can be used in many ways as a flavoring agent. I had it growing on a balcony for years before I realized its therapeutic effects. One of our favorite ways to use it is to make a mint chamomile tea and drink it for an intestinal soothing tea.

Mint is very good for our dogs. They will find it interesting, and enjoy it.

We keep mint in our yard for a few reasons. It works as a bug repellent and it is also very refreshing for the dogs in hot weather. We use the whole mint and not just the leaves. If you just put the leaves out it will most likely be a repellant for them. If you keep a pot of the whole plant in your house, then you should not have a problem. You may want to keep some of the leaves in a jar or some sort of contner to get them from a larger pot of mint.

I think the only problem with mint is the smell. That being sd I keep a bunch of mint in the house for them and they never get sick from it. You could probably keep some in the yard but I don't think I would recommend it. Mints are pretty pungent. I don't think they will be bothered by it, but they might not like it. You may want to just stick with the natural ways that do not involve peppermint, chocolate mint, and spearmint. Those can be toxic to some dogs.

If the dogs get to it, it will be all they can smell. I would put it on the deck or on the other side of the kennel so the smell would not bother them, and if you have a big dog, you might want to make a "mint" area where they can go to the mint.

The dogs will get to it. And yes they



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