How to Fix Doggy Bad Breath | Dog Care - The Daily Puppy
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When it comes to curing baddoggy breath, there are a number of common misconceptions. For one, it turnsout that dogs mouths’ aren’t in fact cleaner than humans. Darn. While dogs’mouths are affected by a different type of harmful bacteria than us humans(human mouths contain P. gingivitis while dogs have P. gulae), they both eataway at the gums and will eventually lead to cavities.
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Why not cure your doggy while keeping him happy? One of the leading causes of bad breath in puppies is the accumulation of plaque, which comes hand in hand with a nasty odor. If you give your puppy a bone to chew you will also be helping him remove food particles from his teeth and treat his bad breath straight from the cause. Try a beef bone as an occasional treatment; your pooch is going to love it!Humans aren’t the only ones who need their teeth brushed to maintain a healthy oral cavity and stay away from bad breath; dogs need that TLC, too! You are going to need a tooth brush that has soft bristles so your doggy’s gums won’t get damaged, and also a toothpaste that is ONLY for dogs. Human toothpaste contains fluoride and can greatly harm your puppy. Brush your dog’s teeth with circular movements and taking care around the gums. If your dog is apprehensive at first, let him taste the tooth paste so he can get used to it. Once he is comfortable with you, gently brush those teeth and get them shining!Let’s keep things fresh and green, shall we? You would be surprised to find out that parsley is one of the most awesome home remedies for bad dog breath and has fantastic effects. You can either chop up some small pieces of parsley to add to your puppy’s food, or you can make your own do it yourself breath spray to stop the odor. Boil parsley in some hot water to create an infusion. Let it cool off, pour into a spray bottle and apply it to your doggy’s mouth. If you’re lucky enough, your dog might even drink it as a tea if offered in his water bowl. If not, the homemade spray will work just fine.In this article, we will get into some simple, effective tips that’ll help you deal with bad doggy breath, and also improve the overall dental health of your little friend. Using these may not get your doggy to smell minty fresh all day, but they’ll at least see that it remains healthy and happy, and free to slobber over you all it wants.