But remember that, to make a true diagnosis, it is always necessary to verify by laboratory analysis that our suspicion is well founded.
If, once all the necessary diagnostics have been carried out, our veterinarian was not able to identify the origin of the bad breath, there will be no other option but to try to improve our dog’s oral hygiene as much as possible through daily use of toothbrush and toothpaste.
This practice is often complicated by the subject’s reticence but, with patience and perseverance, most of the time we will be able to obtain a certain degree of participation and / or resignation that will allow us to complete our task and return to enjoy a nice face licking.
Dr. Paolo Rugge graduated from the University of Veterinary Medicine in Parma where he obtained, with full marks, a second level master’s degree in medicine, surgery and reproduction of unconventional animals.
He lives and works in Cremona where, since 2005, he has worked as a freelancer in various medical facilities and holds the role of health manager in some offices of a famous chain of pet shops, with the prerogative of improving the quality of life of pets and their adoptive families.