How Do I Get Rid of My Dog’s Bad Breath?

by | Apr 25, 2019

It happened! The scent of your dog’s stinky breath caused you to gasp for fresh air. Your poor adorable pup is showing signs that something isn’t quite right and it’s causing their breath to smell like poop.

A quick solution is to cover up the smell by feeding your dog something refreshing like carrots to help lessen the stink. However, it’s essential that you look into the cause since it could be a digestive or health issue.

Common reasons your dog’s breath stinks

  • Dental or gum disease
  • Poor diet
  • Liver disease
  • Kidney disease
  • Toxic substance in your dog’s system
  • Diabetes
  • Oral tumors

Pinpointing the cause of your dog’s bad breath

Your dog’s diet is a common reason for bad breath. Take measures to improve your dog’s diet such as providing your dog with high-quality dog food, plenty of fresh water and stop giving them human food that is unhealthy for their digestion. Sometimes it can be difficult to pinpoint the cause so if a new and improved diet doesn’t help; it’s time to consult with a veterinarian.

Here are some excellent tips to help your dog’s breath smell better:

  • Clean their teeth – Sometimes bad breath can be caused by gum disease, oral infection or the build-up of tartar and plaque. Brush your dog’s teeth regularly to help keep them clean and prevent bacteria and tartar buildup. You can find pet-friendly toothpaste for dogs and use a soft bristle toothbrush to get the job done.
  • Inspect their mouth – Sometimes small oral tumors can go unnoticed for an extended period of time. Regularly check your dog’s mouth, tongue, and gums for small tumors.
  • Ask a veterinarian – If you can’t pinpoint the cause on your own, consult with a veterinarian for further guidance.

Taking control of your dog’s bad breath problem

A common cause of bad breath is digestive issues. If you have already changed your dog’s food and improved their diet and your dog still has bad breath, it possibly could be a digestive issue. Dog’s with a sensitive digestive system often have a difficult time processing food. An excellent example is potatoes. Some pet parents like to share a few chips with their dog while watching television. However, potatoes are often difficult for dogs to digest which can lead to digestive discomfort.

Helpful digestive support supplements for dog’s with bad breath

Your goal as a pet parent is to stop your dog’s bad breath easily and quickly. An excellent way to stop stinky doggie breath is to start serving a beneficial digestive support supplement.

Bernie’s Perfect Poop is a high fiber formulation that helps your dog process and digest food better which leads to fresher breath. This all-natural supplement contains premium dietary fibers such as Miscanthus grass, pumpkin, and flax-seed to supercharge your dog’s digestion.

Bad breath is a common sign of digestive issues in dogs. You can depend on Bernie’s Perfect Poop to freshen your dog’s breath and maintain good digestive health! You can rely on Bernie’s Perfect Poop to get the job done!

Bernie’s Thoughts on Bad Breath

Hey guys! Guess what I did? I kissed and hot breathed all over my pawrents faces and made their eyes water. I thought this happened because I’m so cute and my adorableness brought my pawrents to tears. . . but it turns out, I had bad breath! Boy, were they upset!

They seemed worried about me since my breath was the worst they ever smelled. So, one day they created Bernie’s Perfect Poop just for my friends and me! They added the grass bit to my dog food one day. I didn’t even realize they put it in my food until I crunched on it and it tasted like cheddar cheese! Oh man! I was so happy! I love it so much! The first thing I do is search for my tasty grass bit every time I eat a meal! I’m proud to say my breath is always fresh!

You can have fresh breath too when you try Bernie’s Perfect Poop supplements!

“Poop Smarter, Not Harder” furry friends.

In good health,
Bernie F.

Illustration of Bernie sitting and smiling.

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