When Doggie Breath Starts to Really Reek, It’s Time to Act

The seemingly slow build up of yucky yellowish-brown stuff on the back molars might not cause problems right away, but if left alone for too long, a telltale smell might become part of your dog’s kisses. The first sign of dental disease in pets (like people) is usually bad breath. 

Unfortunately, that doggie breath you’ve grown accustomed to might very well be on its way to repelling you – but it doesn’t have to be this way!