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Animal Scene - 2021-09-01

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DON’T IGNORE BAD BREATH

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Though some people believe that bad breath is a natural part of a dog’s life, it’s actually a pretty big warning sign that should definitely be looked into. Of course, their breath doesn’t necessarily have to smell “good” all the time, but intense bad breath could actually be a sign of infected dental tissue. According to an article provided by the Prestige Animal Hospital, infection in the mouth can lead to progressive dental disease. For the sake of your dog’s teeth, not to mention your nose, don’t hesitate to take them to a local vet. Always do your best to be proactive when it comes to their health!

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