Helpful Hints for Bad Doggy Breath
How to help bad doggy breath
|Everyone has encountered a special dog in their lifetime and thought, “Ew! Doggy breath!” It’s that unmistakable smell we all know a little too well. If your dog has bad breath you may just look to the sky when he tries to give you slobbery kisses. Maybe you even turn your head away when your dog gets too close. But what if you could end horrible doggy breath for good? Try some of these tips at home and get back to loving your dog’s kisses!
Giving your dog a dental chew will keep their breath fresh, as well as clean their teeth. These dental support chews are shaped like a star, allowing for tiny crevices to be cleaned. This will promote good blood flow to the gums and help reduce plaque build up. Because dental chews are typically hard and crunchy, they are excellent for cleaning the teeth if you don't brush regularly.
|Your dog's food can actually play a big role in his breath. Low quality foods are made with meat byproducts and artificial sweeteners and colors. These factors can cause your dog's health to suffer, including his breath. High quality foods will have high quality ingredients and keep your dog healthy and smelling better. Take a look at all of our Gourmet Dog Foods, including Oven Baked Kibble, Canned Foods, and Grain Free Base Mix.
|Dogs should be given a professional cleaning once a year. This will give them a deeper cleaning and diagnose any dental health issues. Keeping up with your dog's dental health is the number one way to prevent bad doggy breath. A healthy and well taken care of mouth won’t cause you to reject doggy kisses!
It is helpful to know what is causing your dog's bad breath. If your dog has tooth decay, a dental treat won’t solve the bad breath. So always talk with your vet if you think something is off.