But Why Is His Breath So Bad?

Sometimes it’s a disease far from the mouth that causes foul- or odd-smelling breath. Here are the clues.

You brush your dog’s teeth assiduously to keep his mouth free of the bacteria that cause dental disease and can also make his mouth smell rank. You even take him for periodic cleanings under anesthesia, which allows the veterinarian to remove bacteria-friendly debris below the gum line. But still, the odor emanating from his oral […]
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