Does Your Dog's Mouth Smell Like Something Crawled in There and Died??
One of the first things we noticed with Sasha as she aged, was her horrible bad breath. It actually smelled like something crawled in there and died.
We finally went to the Veterinarian and after having a bad tooth pulled, he said we needed to keep her teeth clean to keep plaque and tarter away so she did not lose anymore teeth and we could keep more of our money in our wallet.
I decided it was time to get brushing, and I purchased a kit, and it was easier than I thought it would be as doggy toothpaste is pleasant to them. Never use human toothpaste as we spit it out and they don't and it can be toxic.
You don't have to wait until your pooch is a senior, you can start anytime, as tarter and plaque can begin building in their younger years.
Brushing your older dogs teeth is good insurance against infections and bad breath and your pocketbook. You can get affordable kits online, just click the picture of the link to find out more. Then give them a spritz of dental spray (pictured).
Check out the Video below on just how to brush your dog's teeth. This will get rid of that bad smell so you can tolerate your dog again!
I personally love this product for Sasha. You can use it alone or after you have brushed their teeth. It is extra insurance against dental problems, and freshens their breath right away.
I give my dog Sasha one of these dentastix every night before bed. She can't chew her chew toys much anymore but she enjoys these and they keep her teeth and mouth fresh.
If you simply don't like the idea of getting into your dogs mouth with a toothbrush or he resists, then consider this water additive to keep their teeth and breath clean.