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Nobody Wants Their Dog To Have Bad Breath

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Nobody Wants Their Dog To Have Bad Breath

Author : Gregory Sloan

Submitted : 2014-01-10 05:51:18    Word Count : 611    Popularity:   Not Rated

Tags:   dog bad breath, bad dog breath, Orapup, Dog Teeth cleaning, dog teet cleaning, dogs bad breath, dog dental care, dog toothbrush

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Don't you hate it when your little dog that you so love comes up, gets in your face, and knocks you down with its breath. Wow. Odor like that is really irritating. Dogs can have really bad breath. Here I'm thinking that a dog just has bad breath because they are chewing on shoes, eating out of trash cans, licking each other's backside etc. But as I read about it, actually dog bad breath can be an indication of really bad dental health. It is a possible indicator of the dog's deteriorated dental care or something amiss with the its liver, kidney or its tract. It originates from accumulation of bad odor produced by bacteria in its mouth, lungs or the guts. Plaque and cavities are the end-result of accumulated bacteria in the dog's mouth.

Many people perceive that at a certain age, dogs are deemed to contract a certain disease. However, this is incorrect. Notably, small dogs are more vulnerable to dental complications such as tartar and plaque. It is therefore essential to conduct a thorough examination of the source of bad breath since the depth of the disease could be rooted further into the respiratory tract, organs or even the mouth. With dogs it you don't take care of the dental problems it can lead to other illneses. This makes dog bad breath even more severe as compared to those of humans. This is to say that, if a dog suffers from dental cavity, it also follows that it might also have other subsidiary problems such as bad breath, lose of teeth, uncontrolled slobber of saliva and blood too.

To determine the cause of bad health, you only require to contact and consult a veterinary to determine precisely the origin of the problem. Be informed that the veterinary may also require some background information of the dog's dental health status and dietary habits. To name a few things that would cause bad dog breath would include: respiratory problems, trauma, dietary imbalance, broken or decayed tooth, viral, bacterial as well as fungal infections.

Treatment of Dog's bad breath.

Depending on the veterinary diagnosis of the problem, medication may vary. Here is a list of some of the possible remedies that could be administered:

Problem with diet: Sometimes you may have to change the dog's diet.

Interior problem: This substantial problem occurs when the animal's organs, such as kidneys, liver, and respiratory tract are infected.. It will require a scrutinization and in-depth examination by a specialist.

Plaque: professional clean-up of the jaw.As the adage goes, prevention is better than cure, it is better to undertake preventive measures long before it's too late to mend up the wounds which might be very severe and at an advanced stage. In order to do this, you would have to keep regular check ups with the vet in order to make sure your pet was fighting the true source of the bad breath..

You need to feed your dog high grade dog feed, healthy and easy to digest.. Its best practice to use dog's recommended toothpaste every morning and brush its teeth for brilliant results. You may also consider adding some margosa leaves and coriander in the toothpaste or mouthwash. They will act quickly by killing off any bacteria present.

It's actually pretty good to add lemon flavor to our dog's drinking water. You can use lemon juice as a helpful part of this process. Caution! Too much acid from the lemon is harmful to the dog's teeth! It is not an overreaction if you want to take your dog to the vet about bad breath. However, there are some decent over the counter products.

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Gregory Sloan loves animals and have several pet websites. His family found a great product for the problem of bad dog breath, You can click here to find out. He also has a pet site called CaliforniaPets.net

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