If you were given a choice to pick which one your dog would have would you prefer dog breath or barf breath? You should definitely choose barf breath hands down, any given day. Although it may sound like you don't have much of a choice since both seem quite disgusting, it's actually a really good selection. Barf is not what you may be thinking about which would normally pertain to the slang term for vomit. In reality barf stands for bones and raw food or biologically appropriate raw food; so what you will actually be feeding your dog is completely healthy and perfect for it.
Brushing your dog's teeth can be a battle for both of you most especially if your dog tends to squirm or even worse run away from you. You may find yourself spending a fairly large amount of time just doing this. Such a routine can be very tiring since most vets would recommend that dogs that are fed a commercial dog food diet get their teeth brushed every day. Of course you will also need to make sure that you use the right tools for brushing your dog's teeth. Toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouth pads, and other things can be an added expense. These are only some reasons why feeding your dog a barf diet may be better.
A barf diet will surely help you get the dog breath out of the way without you having to brush your dog's teeth. Chewing on the raw pieces of food and bones can help eliminate the tartar build up which you will usually find in dogs that eat kibble or processed commercial dog food. With the elimination of tartar your dog's teeth will be looking brighter and whiter. Also since your dog will be consuming natural foods that do not contain any preservatives, additives and what-have-you's its body will have less waste to produce and fewer toxins built up. This will definitely mean that its breath will smell better because there will be less or no bacteria and the enzymes in the mouth work better. A plus point that comes with barf breath is that your dog will have stronger teeth as well. Bones, eggs and other fresh foods that are part of the diet are excellent sources of calcium and other vitamins and minerals to help your dog have good oral health.