Some Simple Tips To Better Dog Breath

We love dogs. We think that a life without dogs would be like a life without sunshine. Heck, we love everything about them. Well, not everything. Sometimes, dog breath can be a little nasty. We know it is not their fault, and they are unaware of it when they are happily breathing in our faces. Thing is, there are some basic things you can do to stop that problem.

Believe it or not, brushing a dog’s teeth is an option. It gets rid of the bacteria in the dog’s mouth, and also ensures they have much nicer breath. Some people find that strange, though. For those people we have other advice as well. One such piece of advice on how to fix dog breath is to stop giving them dog table scraps. People food causes bad breath more than dog food does.

It is also said that crunchy food is much better for dogs and dog breath than wet food. The crunchy food almost acts as a cleaning agent itself, with the rough textures cleaning the mouth and teeth. Chew toys and stuffed toys are also great, because they increase saliva flow, which cuts down on bacteria that can cause bad breath.

The other thing you can do is you can buy your dog dental treats. They make them now, and can make a big difference in dog breath. So rather than wince next time you get dog kisses, just follow these steps and solve the problem yourself.

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