7 Responses to “Dog Breath”

  1. German Chocolate Betty

    Cute dog. But isn’t it true that most bad breath is from the stomach and not from teeth? I think there is some kind of herb or something which you can put in the food which should help…. FWIW

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  2. J.D.

    LOL I refer to it as corpse breath, my collie suffers from hellitosis just like adorable little Clementine. It really adds a new level of horror to doggy wake ups. I do have some luck reducing the odor with peppermint breath spray for dogs and by cleaning her ears well

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  3. Ls

    It is not Clementine Maxine’s teeth the smell is coming from her digestive track… try digestive enzymes & probiotics for pets ( you can get at health food store) Works wonders!

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  4. Michelle

    Thanks for the all the suggestions, we try them all until we find a solution!!! =)

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  5. Chris

    I would still let her lick my face no matter how bad her breath is, my dog is a westie boy, his breath is rancid and he licks his bits and bum lol but I adore him and can’t resist a doggie wake up in the morning.she is a cutie

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