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Are you repulsed by your dog's bad breath?

Basic care - Are you repulsed by your dog's bad breath?

Bad breath is often a sign of mouth problems. Food is not the only factor contributing to your pet's health, dental hygiene also plays a very important role.

To avoid tartar build-up on your dog's teeth, you must get into the habit of brushing its teeth at a young age. Tartar is a yellow or brown deposit on the teeth. It is the accumulation of a lot of bacteria and small bits of food; in the long run, the tooth will be completely covered with tartar. Tartar can even infiltrate under the gum which creates a space between the gum and the tooth; the tooth then becomes less solid since its attachment is reduced. With time it becomes loose and can even fall.

To avoid bad breath, tartar build-up, gingivitis, loose and falling teeth, daily brushing is a must.

It is possible to heal a mouth that has problems! If your dog already has tartar build-up, red gums or bad breath, scaling will get rid of the tartar and clean out accumulated bacteria from under the gums. This way, your dog will enjoy a renewed well-being thanks to a clean mouth.

Afterward, it will be easier for you to keep your dog's mouth clean by brushing its teeth.

Do not hesitate to contact our technicians to get more information about all the new products that can help keep your pet's mouth clean and healthy.