• My dog got her teeth cleaned a couple of weeks ago and had two teeth extracted. I have added mouthwash to her water and also used teeth wipes to clean her teeth after her appointment, but her breath stinks and I’m not sure why. I’m looking to know if there’s anything I can do to help with the bad breath?

    Hi Kiah,
    I recommend that you talk to the veterinarian who performed the teeth cleaning about the bad breath. There can be a few different causes for the bad breath and since your vet has examined her teeth recently they will be able to give you the best answer on what is causing the bad breath and what treatment she needs to help control the odor. If you see any other signs like vomiting, not wanting to eat, or lethargy you should take her into see a vet. These signs along with the bad breath can be caused by a more serious underlying medical issue.


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