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Does your dog's breath almost knock you out? This condition is often called halitosis and results from the bacteria buildup in your dog's mouth, lungs or stomach. When your dog eats, plaque and tartar start building on his gums, resulting in a less than desirable odor.
Bad breath and bacteria left unattended can result in gum disease which occurs more often in smaller dogs and dogs that are older than three. In fact, periodontal disease occurs five times more often in dogs than people. Gum disease can wreak havoc with your dog's health, leading to chronic pain, eroded gums, missing teeth, and bone loss.
Since February is Pet Oral Health Care Month, we thought we would give you some tips on how to prevent bad breath in your dog and to keep it from turning into gingivitis or full blown gum disease.
How to Prevent Bad Breath In Your Dog
If you love dog kisses, you will definitely want to make sure your dog's breath is not stinky!