We all love getting kisses from our furry friends, but sometimes they need a breath mint! There are quite a few options for doggy toothpaste and mouthwash at the store, but we compiled a list of the best ways to cure bad breath at home naturally! Dogs aren’t able to brush their teeth like their human counterparts, so it’s up to pet owners to maintain healthy oral hygiene for Fido.
Periodontal disease is the leading cause of pet deaths, affecting over 80% of dogs over the age of 3. Bad breath is usually the first sign of dental disease, so before doing home remedies, consult with your veterinarian to see if there are any underlying health problems. On the other hand, if your pup enjoys drinking out of the toilet or eating everything outside, here are some ways to combat potty mouth.
We love our pets, we love their kisses, but we do not love a potty mouth. Our pets need to have a healthy mouth to live a healthy life. For more information on how to brush your pup’s teeth at home, check out this article for tips!
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