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    My dogs breath stinks. I have had her to the vet and done a professional clean. I give her a brisket bone once a week. I brush her teeth once sometimes twice a week with proper doggie toothpaste.
    Her diet consists mainly of chicken mince, lean mince, human left overs and dry dog biscuit. I have tried the more wholistic diet approach with veges and pasta but she then wont eat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessie12345 View Post
    My dogs breath stinks. I have had her to the vet and done a professional clean. I give her a brisket bone once a week. I brush her teeth once sometimes twice a week with proper doggie toothpaste.
    Her diet consists mainly of chicken mince, lean mince, human left overs and dry dog biscuit. I have tried the more wholistic diet approach with veges and pasta but she then wont eat.
    If it is not her teeth or gum...it couldn't be a sign of kidney or liver disease...ahve you had that checked? What sort of human left-overs are you giving?

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    Because she came from a rescue group and apparently the pound before that, we had no history on her. Her teeth were very brown and in pretty bad condition. So we got the vet to do full bloods when she did the teeth clean. The vet said she is in perfect health. Her human scraps consist of our left overs and I think we are very health eaters, dinners such as chicken, bbq steak (but I always keep a fresh peice for her) potatoes, veges (if she eats them), sometimes spaghetti bolognese. However, she does not get human food everyday. I just dont know. I love her so much and we are great friends but I dont want to her to get too close! LOL.

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    I've had a few foster greys who have had awful breath. It often clears up the longer they are away from racing, my vet used to tell me they were just fouled up inside and it would improve eventually with good diet. It did.

    But the best thing for it in the meantime is grated raw carrot in her food. Worked a treat on my stinky greys.

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