Your Pet is Really Cute. His Bad Breath Isn’t.

Nope, it’s not normal! While sometimes certain foods can make their breath smell a little funky, if bad breath is consistent, it means there’s a larger problem at hand. Periodontal disease, also known as dental disease, is one of the main causes of bad breath in pets. It affects more than half of pets before the age of 3 and can cause significant problems (beyond bad breath) if left untreated. Luckily, periodontal disease is entirely preventable!

You can control your pet’s bad breath. All it takes is consistent preventive dental care. Learn more by signing up to receive our detailed dental health guide.

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Bad breath is not just a nuisance, it’s a sign of dental disease! But you can do your part to prevent it. Simply submit your name and email address and we’ll send you a handy guide that outlines what dental disease is, how it affects your pet, and what you can do to keep your pet’s mouth clean and healthy! Because no one should have to give up puppy kisses!

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