dental health in dogs

Why Does My Dog’s Breath Smell So Bad?

Why Does My Dog’s Breath Smell So Bad?

If your dog has chronic bad breath, chances are he has dental disease, which affects an astounding eighty percent of all dogs. Dental disease in dogs is really the same as in humans and is caused by an accumulation of plaque that builds up around the base of the teeth at the gum line.  Bacteria build up in the plaque and causes infection in the dog’s gums, with subsequent bad breath, redness of the gums, tenderness, easy bleeding, that left untreated can lead to pain and tooth loss. The consequences of dental disease can go far beyond your dog’s mouth…
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