Do you mind your pet’s bad breath? It is time to solve this problem!
According to the Reader´s Digest and referring to the data of American Veterinary Dental College, in ninety-five percent of cases the source of your dog´s bad breath are bacteria in your pet’s mouth. In this case, the best thing you can do for your dog is to contact immediately your vet.
However, there are several steps you can take yourself to help prevent the occurrence of bad breath. At the same time, you should know that most of the products offered in pet stores can only mask the odor, but not cure its cause. If you manage to regularly brush and clean your dog´s teeth, there are fewer chances that he will have bad breath, and that bacteria will accumulate on his teeth.
Usually cleaning your dog´s teeth is okay, but more serious problems should be taken care of by a veterinarian. From your veterinarian you can learn how to properly brush your pet´s teeth and how to do it on a regular basis. Do not use toothpaste intended for humans. They may contain baking soda or pile that pets can swallow and harm their health.