Pets

Introducing BreathVet – The Dog Mouthwash for Dog Breath

“You will see various banners throughout our site, if you click on a banner and purchase a product or service from them we may earn a commission.”

Dog owners know that unconditional love includes bad dog breath. Puppy breath starts to change at roughly eight weeks, so all dogs and their owners constantly face the stinky dilemma of how to combat yucky dog breath.

At your dog’s annual visit, the vet may point out noticeable oral health issues with your dog’s teeth, tongue and gums. Expect to be asked about your dog’s dental habits, because your dog’s vet can tell if there is plaque buildup on her teeth or the possible evidence of gum disease. Brushing is the first step to improving your dog’s oral health.

Know the Signs

Sticking to a brushing schedule is also an opportunity to check inside your dog’s mouth for any of these issues:

  • Swollen or bleeding gums
  • Lumps in the gums
  • Loose or broken teeth
  • Large cysts under the tongue or by the jaws

If you notice any of these or a combination, contact your vet’s office for a more thorough exam.

Steps to Maintain Your Dog’s Oral Care

Brushing your dog’s teeth is as important as brushing your teeth. You can use a special toothbrush or a child-sized toothbrush, but only use toothpaste made specifically for dogs. It’s important to gradually introduce brushing and most dogs will get used to it, especially if you offer praise and treats as a reward.

If your dog is not willing to have her teeth brushed or you can’t stick to the brushing schedule, you still have other options. You can solve your dog’s bad breath and improve oral care by using:

  • Single-use dental wipes
  • Food and treats designed to help improve dental health
  • Chew toys
  • Dog mouthwash
  • Water additives

Add Dental Care to Your Dog’s Daily Schedule

BreathVet is a new, 24-hour dog water additive that you can pour directly into your dog’s water bowl. BreathVet was specially formulated for dogs based on two-solution, zinc-ion technology developed for SmartMouth. It has a dual-chamber bottle for the unique activation process and a light, mint flavor that appeals to dogs. BreathVet has been safety tested for twice daily use to protect your dog’s ongoing oral health. It also prevents stinky dog breath for up to 24 hours, so you and your dog can cuddle longer.

Your dog’s dental health is important at every age. Be sure to maintain it with proper oral care and regular visits to the vet.

“You will see various banners throughout our site, if you click on a banner and purchase a product or service from them we may earn a commission.”

Related posts

PetPlate vs. The Farmer’s Dog

Mighty Paw Smart Bell Review

Kicking off BBQ Season with Vita Bone Artisan Inspired Dog Biscuits

Leave a Comment