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Many dogs suffer from bad breath but it may be due to a serious oral problem. Other indications to look out for are yellow or brown stains on teeth particularly around the gum line, swollen or bleeding gums and lack of appetite due to sore or loose teeth. The problem may even cause a change in the dog’s whole demeanour if the pain is acute.
Plaque is the name for invisible but soft deposits of bacteria and food particles that accumulate on the surface of teeth and gums. Plaque left untreated is likely to turn hard, turning yellow then eventually brown -
The bacteria associated with plaque can cause inflammation in the gums so may eventually damage the tissue holding tooth sockets as they sit within the jaw bones. A healthy mouth & gums is often indicative of good overall health and vice versa. Bad breath, sore gums & fragile teeth could indicate that your pet may have underlying problems.
The diet we give our pets may determine to a large extent the health of teeth & gums; animals fed largely on soft foods tend to build-
The most natural way for dogs to maintain a healthy mouth is by chewing on raw bones, ideally under supervision. The chewing action helps clean teeth whilst at the same time massaging the gums. Raw bones are safer than cooked bones as the latter are more likely to splinter.
Whilst we’re aware that we need to have our own teeth checked by a Dentist on a regular basis we may not always give our pets’ teeth the same consideration. One of the most common medical problems that dogs suffer from nowadays is tooth and gum disease. The result is that one of the commonest procedures carried out in Veterinary Surgeries is dental treatment that usually involves removal of plaque and tartar and may necessitate the use of a general anaesthetic.
Dog breath' as an expression is often down to the fact that many dogs do suffer from bad breath. Sometimes, this is down to a serious oral problem, so have your have your dog checked out by a vet. Assuming nothing too serious is found then you can go ahead and use this dog bad breath remedy.
Sprinkle over or mix into your dogs food once a day using the tiny measuring scoop provided. The exact amount isn't critical.
Small dogs (up to 10kg) half a scoop daily
Medium dogs (10-
Large dogs(over 25kg 2 scoops daily
The 70gm pot has 150 scoopfuls and the 350gm pot has 1000 scoopfuls
The amount of plaque-