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.
It’s impossible to prevent every mishap or injury your dog may experience. While you can’t stop it all, there are some things you can do to reduce the overall risk to your pet in a variety of situations. The following tips will help you protect your beloved canine companion so you both can enjoy a long, happy and healthy life together!