Fresher breath and healthier teeth and gums for your dog.
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Bad breath can plague dogs, too, and (as in humans), is usually a sign of tartar build-up or gum disease. Good dental care is important. Make sure your pet gets high-quality food, hard chew toys (they help keep teeth clean through chewing action), and products like these to help neutralize doggy breath. If bad breath problems continue, it could be a sign of a more serious medical problem, such as liver disease or diabetes, and you should schedule a vet visit.


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