Bad dog breath can be way bigger problem than you could possibly imagine. If you have a bad breath, there is probably no need to worry- just wash your teeth, buy some chewing gums and stop eating so much garlic. But when it comes to your 4-legged best friend, it can be caused by dental disease or some other health problem, so the first step should be taking it to your veterinarian. Better safe than sorry.
Great, now that you have visited the doctor, you don’t need to worry about your dog’s teeth until you feel that poisonous smell again….WRONG!
This problem is not something you can fix in one visit to veterinarian. Actually, you should take care of your dog’s mouth and teeth hygiene on a daily basis. Okay, I know it is not going on a date and there is no need to make his breath smell of eucalyptus, but still you should take following four steps to keep it as fresh as possible.
Beat Bad Dog Breath by Brushing its Teeth
What is the first thing you should do when you feel bad dog breath? (Hint: Dogs are not that much different than you!) – Exactly, brush your dog’s teeth.