Dealing with Dog Breath
Dog’s don’t tend to have minty fresh breath, but if your dog’s breath has gotten so strong you can smell it from far away or you can’t stand to be near him, then there may be a bigger problem. Bad dog breath is a sign that your dog has an unhealthy mouth, often signaling disease or bad diet. The best way to identify the problem is to check with your vet for an official diagnosis or even get a professional dental cleaning. However, in the meantime, there are some home remedies that you can try to freshen up your Berger Blanc Suisse puppy’s breath.
The first solution is to brush your dog’s teeth. Ideally you should be brushing your dog’s teeth every day, or at least as often as possible, using specially made dog toothpaste. If that is not an option, there are a few other ways to make sure your pet’s mouth is staying clean and healthy. Dental chews, chew toys, and water additives can be helpful oral health products.
Diet & Bad Dog Breath
One main cause of bad breath can be an unhealthy diet. Probiotics are great for keeping your Berger Blanc Suisse puppy healthy and warding off bad breath. Adding a probiotic supplement or feeding your dog plain yogurt can help remedy bad breath. Many people also add things like parsley, dill, wheatgrass, cinnamon, or ginger tea to their dog’s food. Each of these has special anti-bacterial and/or breath-freshening properties that will help combat bad breath. Many pet owners also use coconut oil to brush their pet’s teeth or add into their diet.
It’s important to remember that bad breath is often a sign of something more serious. Bad dog breath can indicate serious health problems such as diabetes, kidney disease, or liver disease. All of the above home remedies can be temporary solutions for mild cases of bad breath. However, it’s always best to go to the vet and make sure you’re not dealing with something more serious.
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