Are there any natural ways to improve a dog's breath?
By Judster from Canton, OH
If you bake bake dog treats with mint leaves (I do all the time) if not they have them already made or try softening her food with some warm water and cutting the mint leaves very small and mixing it in there food. I believe in the mint leaves because there healthy and fresh!
Brushing the dog's teeth always helps.
Teething puppies have bad breath, but in older dogs this is usually a sign of poor dental hygiene or gingivitis.
Dogs who chew on marrow bones regularly never have bad breath unless they actually have tooth decay. Chewing on marrow bones removes all plaque and tartar and leaves dogs' teeth very clean.
The main cause of bad breath in dog's is dental disease. Please take your fur baby to his Vet for an exam, he might need his teeth cleaned. Good luck,
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