2 Steps on How to Fix Bad Dog Breath

2 Steps on How to Fix Bad Dog Breath

Dog parents are no strangers to bad breath. From waking up to smelly puppy kisses to being held captive in a car with your dog's stinky breath, you've had your fair share of not-so-fresh breath encounters. But, there's a simple routine you can follow to help get rid of your dogs bad breath.

As humans, we have a general dental routine that includes three steps. 1. We brush our teeth daily. 2. Pop a mint or gum in-between brushes to keep our breath fresh and 3. Go to the dentist regularly.

Now your dog can share a similar dental health routine to help eliminate their bad breath.

1. Feed Your Dog Dental Chews

Pet parents have a variety of delicious dental dog breath chews to choose from among GREENIES™ Dental Treats. These dental chews help plaque and tartar buildup similar to how a toothbrush cleans our teeth. The oral health products are bursting with breath-freshening mint flavor and feature a delightfully chewy texture which makes treating bad breath in dogs, super easy!

2. Take Your Dog to The Vet

Another way to help bad breath in dogs is to take your furry friend to the vet for their annual check-up. GREENIES Treats for Dogs are vet-recommended for at-home oral health care and are accepted by the VOHC (Veterinary Oral Health Council.). To help save yourself during a cramped car ride over to your vet, feed your dog GREENIES™ Anytime Bites Treats to give your dog fresher breath on demand with these dog-friendly breath mints. Give your dog fresh breath anytime, anywhere!

Don't forget to ask your vet these helpful dog dental health questions during your next checkup!

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