Stinky Doggie Breath? Is your dog’s breath to stinky for words? Wondering what options are available to sweeten up your canine’s breath? Bad breath in dogs might seem like a minor inconvenience, but when it’s your dog with the wicked breath, it’s a huge deal. While there are lots of solutions available, how do you know what works best and when to contact your vet? Two of America’s leading veterinarians; Dr. Marty Becker and Dr. Carol Osborne, along with two popular pet experts have some terrific tips to help your best friend freshen up!
“The good news is that dental disease is completely preventable,” says Dr. Carol Osborne, an integrative veterinarian from the Chagrin Falls Pet Clinic. “I always recommend that my patients follow a simple four-step processes to maintaining healthy teeth and gums for their pets: annual dental check-ups, brush your pet’s teeth daily for 30 seconds (do not use human toothpaste), provide appropriate chew toys and feed some dry food daily. If your pet does not tolerate the brushing well, you may need to consider professional cleaning.” But there are even more ways to fight back against stinky breath.
Here are 10 tips to bust that bad breath in dogs from the popular site Care.com, which interviewed Dr. Carol on this topic