Considering that dogs are man’s best friend – even when taking into account those nappy-wearing helper monkeys who can make you an outstanding cappuccino, program your Sky+ recorder and order pizza for you over the phone – we besmirch their good name with a litany of canine themed insults that are all too readily bandied about.
Just about all of these are unfair, with the exception of one – ‘dog breath’. If you’ve ever gotten up close and personal with a pooch, you can understand why.
You can’t train your pooch to gargle mouthwash or suck a Polo when his breath is honking. The good news is that there are steps you can take if your dog’s breath is strong enough to fell a horse, and here are a few tips to ensure that it’s a fresh as a sweet, sweet summer breeze.
Finally, make sure to have your dog’s dental health check regularly. Bad breath may be caused by rotten teeth and unhealthy gums, but also may be a sign of an internal infection, which would need taking care of.
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