Is There a Cure for My Dog’s Bad Breath?

The term “dog breath” has long been associated with a stinky odor emanating from the mouth—not just of canines, but also of humans. But halitosis isn’t normal for dogs. One expert, John de Jong, president of the American Veterinary Medical Association and a practicing veterinarian in Newton, Mass., explains canine oral health, including why antlers are enemy to man’s best friend.

Nothing to Sniff At

After 33 years of practice, Dr. de Jong remains smitten with the scent of a puppy’s breath. “It’s a sweet, delicious smell,”…

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