|Barked: Wed Dec 22, '10 12:55pm PST |
|I am a human health care professional, not an animal one, but I can give my thoughts. Bad breath in the absence of an obvious oral issue can be indicative of another health problem. Has anyone ever smelled "Neuro breath?" Ick. From personal experience, my sister had a dog that had terrible breath practically her whole life. One could smell this dog's rotton breath from across the room. The dog seemed outwardly healthy. For some unknown reason, this dog was never spayed. She was never pregnant. At about 6 years old, she developed pyometra (sp?), and had emergency surgery. She recovered fully from it, and her breath never stunk again.
Not trying to scare you, just giving my thoughts and experience.
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