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Smelly breath in our pets is usually a sign of dental disease. Three out of four pets over the age of three suffer from it.
Dogs are five times more likely to suffer from dental disease than humans. The main reason for this is the lack of tooth brushing which results in tartar build-up causing the foul odours. Let’s face it, who of us brushes our pet’s teeth daily, if at all? And many of us won't manage to either.
The good news is that dental disease is generally easy to treat and manage.
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