No one expects a dog’s breath to be minty fresh, but when a dog has chronic halitosis, or bad breath, it may be a sign of something else. Bad breath is caused by a build-up of bacteria in the gut, lungs or mouth, and occasional bad breath is not necessarily a concern.
Your dog is barking and your neighbor has given you an ultimatum. Or maybe you’ve received notice from animal control. At this stage, you’re at wit’s end on how you should handle your dog’s incessant barking.
Separation anxiety can be a real headache for dogs and their owners. This problem can lead to destructive behavior, excessive barking and many other annoying – and potentially dangerous – issues. How can you help calm your pet when you must leave your home?