Bad Breath

Bad breath can be caused by a faulty diet, intestinal disorders, and infections of the teeth and mouth. Certain foods will, of course, produce strong breath odors. A diet high in meat or fish would be an example of this.

A sour breath usually means that the dog has a digestive disturbance. The smell of urine in the breath is an indication that the dog has some trouble with his urinary system.

Your handling of strong breath odors will depend on the cause. If the dog has a smell of decayed meat or fishy odor, eliminate or at least reduce these items from his diet. Check over his teeth and mouth for sores, ulcers, cavities, etc., and have them treated. In the cases of sour and uremic breaths, you should take the dog to the veterinarian. These could lead to more serious trouble than bad breath.

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