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All dogs occasionally suffer from the odd bout of bad breath, but recent research from the American Animal Health Association shows that bad breath might be indicative of something far worse.
Rather than writing off Rover’s halitosis as an unavoidable canine characteristic, the following article explains why your dog occasionally has bad breath and what it could mean with regards to the ongoing health of your dog.
This article comes to us from OurPassionForDogs.com
– be sure to share it with anyone you know who has a dog with bad breath!
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