How to Look for the Best Breath Fresheners for Dogs
Bad breathe in dogs might be as a result of something the dog ate or some medical problem. Periodontal disease in many cases is the primary cause for bad breathe and it is one of the causes of bad breathe in dogs. As baby teeth are pushed out by erupting adult teeth there is bacteria on the gum line due to teething in puppies and this also causes bad breathe. Diabetes might be another cause for bad breathe in dogs. The other causes for dog’s bad breathe are gastrointestinal issues, icky diet, liver problems or kidney disease and sinusitis or rhinuses.
To treat bad breathe in dogs, one can brush the dog’s teeth with toothpaste made only for dogs and a toothbrush. Triple-Pet toothpaste with tea tree oil is a good choice for the dog’s teeth. Dental chews containing cloves, …
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EAGLE, Idaho — VetIQ launched a new campaign aimed at improving public awareness of the importance of canine dental health. As with people, dental health is both important to the general well-being of dogs and can also influence the health of other parts of the body. With Americans spending more on their beloved canine pets than ever before, relatively simple measures can help ensure that every dog’s teeth and gums remain in the best possible shape between visits to the vet.
Containing no wheat, corn, or soy, for example, veterinarian-recommended VetIQ Minties® chews clean teeth, control tartar and plaque, and freshen dogs’ breath with five natural ingredients. Dog owners can learn more at and at the VetIQ Facebook page, where helpful tips, giveaways, and special offers are posted regularly.
“Like so many people, we really love dogs here at VetIQ and always seek to do everything possible …