You may think it's normal for your pet to have "doggy breath," however it can be a common indicator of dental disease. Bacteria are the main cause of bad breath, but it will also lead to plaque and tartar buildup on your pet's teeth and reddened gums. It can cause your pet difficulty chewing or loose/missing teeth. Dental hygiene is more important to your pet's health than you may realize. It can be tied to other serious health issues such as heart and kidney disease.
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