Please don’t gross out on me when I tell you that the reason for Napa’s bad breath has less to do with his mouth and more to do with his uh.. over-active anal glads.
Those things are the worst. Because when they’re.. uh.. over-acting, dogs just wanna lick away. And then they want to lick you.
We’ve all gone to give our pooch a smooch only to be assaulted by their bad breath. It’s not the dog’s fault that they don’t have any sense of oral hygiene. There are a few ways you can keep your dog breath smelling pleasant, though. Well at least smelling good enough that you won’t mind a few licks.
4 Ways to Get Rid of Bad Dog Breath
- Go easy on the wet food. Wet dog food will cause more tartar to build up on your pup’s teeth. By mixing wet and dry food together you get the best tasting food for your dog and the tartar fighting effects that most dry foods have.
- Try any of the Denta Bone or Greenies dog products. Giving your dog one of these products a week will quickly clear up any bad breath issues.
- Brush your dog’s teeth or find some of that toothy gel. It may sound silly but they sell all different kinds of dog tooth past. Petrodex Enzymatic Toothpaste Poultry Flavor gets stellar reviews from other pet owners.
- See your vet. If your pooch’s breathe is bordering on unfathomable, make an appointment with your vet to get it checked out. Just like in humans poor dental health can lead to many dog related health problem.
Have you used a dental product to clear up the bad breath in your dog? Let us know in the comments.
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