Dog Treat Review: Brothers Complete

Today I’ll be doing a review on Brothers Complete Dog Biscuits. They sent me 4 bags of their biscuits in different flavours; We received Turkey, Lamb, Chicken, and Venison dog biscuits.

We cannot thank them enough for sending us these treats to try out and review. Kai (my german shepherd) and Wrangler (my Australian shepherd) went crazy for these as soon as I brought the box inside. I of course let Evee (my Italian greyhound/chihuahua mix) try some as well and she loves them too!

We love these treats for so many reasons:

šŸ”¹Made in the USA

šŸ”¹Brothers Complete is FREE of ingredients containing GMO, Grains, Sugar, Hormones, Antibiotic, Potato, Chemical Preservative

šŸ”¹You get many dozen treats per bag

The treats are so natural that they are great for any dog!

These treats are extremely healthy for your dog as they are HIGH protein.

In every 1 pound bag there are an estimated 90-100 treats which is so so great! One last perk? They are crunchy, wholesome, and nutritionally balanced.

Rated: 10/10

Kai balancing them on her paws, she wanted to devour them but she’s training to learn patience which is her WAIT command.


DIY Dog Toothpaste + Reasons to brush themĀ 

So many of you know the importance of teeth care for yourself, but what about for your furry friends?
How often should you brush your dogs teeth? Daily should be your goal but it’s something you’ll work up to. Even if your dog has good teeth, minimal to no plaque build up brushing up to 3 days a week can be very helpful.
How much will I save by brushing my dogs teeth myself instead of constantly getting it done at the vet? The answer to this is tough but personally each dental visit costs me around $200-$300 per dog per visit and I let the vet do it 1-2 times a year. Brushing my dogs teeth myself has shown great improvement with less plaque build-up. Of course some vets can cost less while others can cost more.
Now for the DIY Dog Toothpaste


  • 2 TBSP baking sodaĀ (I buy extra as I make this toothpaste often with 3 dogs but I also use it for other items or keeping food in my fridge fresh)
  • 2 TSP coconut oil
  • 1/2 TSP kosher salt
  • 2 TSP water
  • 3-4 springs fresh parsley
  • 2-3 leaves fresh peppermint or 2 drops peppermint essential oil

You’ll need a food processor and if you don’t have one, I recommend this food processorĀ 


  1. Combine the ingredient all together into a food processor. Process it until it is well mixed and blended. Add water if you feel it needs a bit more. Mixture should be gritty and a little more wet than the typical human Toothpaste.
  2. Transfer the mixture to a container that has an airtight seal or tight fitting lid to it.
  3. Store it in the refrigerator up to 3 weeks after it is made.
  4. To use: apply a generous amount of Toothpaste to a wet brush or cloth. Rub this on the outside of the tooth and inside and get t up to the gum line. Note that this is usually easier said than actually done so be patient with your dog. Try holding your dog under your arm while they are calm and face the same direction as them. If needed, get an assistant (friend or family member) to help you out.

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