Features July 2018 Issue

Dog Has Bad Breath?

Like most Bouviers, Atle (pronounced “OUGHT-lay”) has a lot of hair, facial and otherwise. The beard, his time at the beach, and an early-season exposure to a high pollen count all likely contributed to his lip-fold dermatitis.

Dog Has Bad Breath?

Learn about a lesser-known cause of foul facial odors on dogs.

The odor was there. Not overpowering, but “off” and definitely not normal. My six-year-old Bouvier Atle’s breath simply never, ever stank. Yet here it was. Some kind of skanky odor emanating from his sweet little face. Was it time for a dental cleaning?

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