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There’s no denying that our canine companions bring immense joy and unconditional love into our lives. However, their not-so-pleasant doggy breath can sometimes put a damper on our relationship with them. Bad dog breath, also known as halitosis, is a common issue that pet owners face. Fortunately, there are several steps you can take to help conquer this issue and restore the sweet smell of your dog’s breath. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the causes of bad dog breath, as well as various solutions to help you and your furry friend enjoy fresh-smelling, close encounters once again.

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Dental issues

Just like humans, dogs are susceptible to dental problems like plaque, tartar build-up, gum disease, and tooth decay. These issues can lead to bad breath and, if left untreated, may cause more severe health problems.


A dog’s diet plays a significant role in their oral hygiene. Low-quality food or a diet high in carbohydrates can contribute to bad breath.

Medical conditions

Certain medical conditions, such as diabetes, kidney disease, and gastrointestinal problems, can cause halitosis in dogs.

Oral hygiene

A lack of proper oral care can lead to the buildup of bacteria in your dog’s mouth, which can result in bad breath.

Regular dental check-ups

Just like humans, dogs need regular dental checkups to maintain good oral health. Schedule a dental exam with your veterinarian at least once a year to ensure that any potential dental issues are identified and treated early on.

Brushing your dog's teeth

Regularly brushing your dog’s teeth can significantly reduce the buildup of plaque and tartar. Aim to brush your dog’s teeth daily using a dog-specific toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush. If your dog is resistant to tooth brushing, start by introducing them to the toothpaste and gradually work your way up to brushing their teeth.

Dental chews and toys

Dental chews and toys are designed to help clean your dog’s teeth as they chew on them. These products can help remove plaque and tartar build-up, as well as stimulate saliva production, which can help neutralise harmful bacteria in the mouth.

Most dog sticks and chews perform a natural cleaning process that removes plaque from your dogs teeth. Keep an eye out for our new olive wood sticks and coffee wood sticks about to hit the market!

Healthy diet

A high-quality, balanced diet is essential for your dog’s overall health, including their oral hygiene. Consider feeding your dog a diet specifically designed to promote dental health or adding dental supplements, such as plaque-fighting enzymes, to their regular food.


    Lastly, never underestimate the importance of building a consistent oral hygiene routine for your dog. By making dental care a regular part of your dog’s life, you’ll not only help to prevent bad breath but also contribute to their overall well-being. After all, a healthy dog is a happy dog, and there’s nothing quite like the feeling of snuggling up with your sweet-smelling, fresh-breathed furry friend.

    So, take the time to invest in your dog’s oral health – both you and your beloved pet will reap the benefits. With patience, consistency, and the right approach, you can conquer your dog’s bad breath and enjoy a closer, more enjoyable bond with your canine companion for years to come.

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