Bad breath in dogs, what to do?

Unfortunately this is a problem that afflicts several families who own dogs of all ages and it becomes even more evident and annoying when we find ourselves locked in narrow spaces with our panting dog after a good run that seems to want to attack our life with its terrible miasmas. .

As with humans, Fido’s oral cavity is populated by many battery that deal with disposing of food residues and, during their entire life cycle which includes their death and degeneration, produce a set of substances that are not particularly pleasant to smell and are the reason why we brush our teeth at least twice a day; the accumulation of food residues in fact causes an excessive replication of these microorganisms, representing the main cause of bad breath.

The use of toothbrushes, specific toothpastes, enzymatic pastes and targeted food supplements allows to control the bacterial flora and to delay or completely avoid the formation of plaque and tartar, further causes of halitosis.

Causes of Bad Breath in Dogs

Although, as already mentioned, bacteria are the main responsible for this problem, there are several causes of bad breath in dogs that are divided between intraoral and extraoral: