Fishy breath?

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  1. Dizzy

    Dizzy Sit! Good dog.

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    Why?

    Teeth, gums, tongue all normal and healthy. No plague I can see. Nothing stuck between her teeth I can see.....

    No other changes at all.

    So why???
     
  2. ~WelshStump~

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    I would love to know too. That is the one thing that just KILLS me! That awful fishy stink, especially when their mouth is in great condition. Well, I guess it's not as bad as when they've been eating poop at least.

    I will say though, that both boys have a bad odor to their breath, but End not as much, and she is fed half Raw compared to the boys, who are half home-made half kibble, and mostly kibble. I do wonder many times a day, if it isn't something about the kibble?
     
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    How often do you brush your dog's teeth? Make sure you're giving your dog healthy dental treats as well to promote oral health.
     
  4. skittledoo

    skittledoo Crazy naked dog lady

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    What are you feeding? Any changes to her diet at all? I just switched Cricket from Kirkland to Fromm Surf and Turf and the biggest negative I've noticed is fishy breath. Other than that she does great on the food.
     

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