My dog's breath smells resembling something motionless. What's wrong?
dogs need to have their teeth cleaned like humans do
Has you dog had moral dental care? Maybe the dog needs a vet to clean it's teeth, check it's stomach. As for the food whether it has corn, wheat and any kind of animal by products it is poor quality. Wellness, Merrick & Innova are three of the best ones out within.
Considering the whole licking her butt article, it kinda makes sense.
Brush your dog's teeth, give it some milk-bones.
Not that it'll last...but it help.
the vet will do a MUCH better job
umm..he's a dog..duh..
you expect it to smell like a freshly picked bouquet of roses?
How outdated is your dog? If still a puppy, you are suffering from puppy breath. I does eventually go away. If your dog is not a puppy, I suggest brushing the teeth, or taking him to the vet for a tooth cleaning.
My dog had that when he had gum disease. You should ask a vet or something what is wrong and whether there is anything you can do to stop it from smelling so much.
Schedule a teeth cleaning appointment with your vet. There is obviously a problem whether it's that bad.
Give your dog a bone once a week.
yeah, its called not brushing teeth.
it could be something worse,
but honestly, theres too many to name!
fruitless smells are the automatic natural caution of something negative,
and u necessitate 2 look (a) the teeth, tongue, inner cheek, etc,
if u find lumps, he could have cancer, but then it could also be periodontal disease,
this is nil to be "OHMG" over, but it is something serious, and it isnt good!!
keep ur dogs teeth brushed once every 2 days, if it dont travel away, there is something else wrong. any mouth sores on the dog?? if so, it could be in recent times that! or an infection.
this is a common thing.
but dogs mouths dont naturally smell bad- theyre newly like us, like how we dont brush our teeth and we get bleak breath. its simply the decay of whats been eaten, on the teeth. so brushing cures it.
He ate something motionless and stinky?
I don`t know he ate a dead rat
You'd be smart to start brushing the dogs teeth, (remember to use a toothbrush or cleaning tool and toothpaste formulated for dogs) but watch for signs the dog is contained by pain: eating only on one side of his mouth, refuse to eat, seeming to be sensitive to touching on the face, infection or bleeding of the gums, any sign of pus, and a dark brown discharge or wreckage around the lips (this is usually saliva and blood mixed and dried).
If you've ever had a toothache you know how much it hurts, we owe our pets indistinguishable care we'd give ourselves.
Well go to the pet-doctor.