Knowing what might be causing a bad dog breath is important, but what most dog owners really want to know is – how to get rid of it? Treatments for bad breath depend on the cause. Luckily, you have plenty of treatment options nowadays.
That is, if the culprit for your dog’s bad breath is plaque or periodontal disease, ApiDent is the toothpaste that can help you prevent tartar and plaque buildup, ensuring simplified and safe oral hygiene for your dog.
If your pooch is struggling with digestive issues, Apipet Gastro can help with balancing its gut microbiome.
Also, make sure that you make your trash cans inaccessible for your dog while at home or out on the walk. Cat litter should also be out of the dog’s reach. Picking up your dog’s faeces as soon as your dog is done can aid with the prevention of coprophagia.
Diabetes and kidney or liver disease are conditions that require vet treatments. After the underlying issue is taken care of, your dog’s bad breath should be gone as well.