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Tuesday, 10 February 2009

Does Your Dog Have "Doggy Breath"?

Brush His Teeth.

Dog Breath Sure, you love those big, wet, sloppy kisses. But you'd love them a lot more without the doggy breath.
A simple tooth brushing can do a world of good. Brush your dog’s teeth, and that nasty doggy breath becomes "kissably" fresh. A healthy brushing only takes about a minute of your time, and over time those minutes could mean years of healthy living for your favorite four-legged friend.

Source: Pet Product Advisor

I like it when mom brushes my teeth. It makes them look bigger - Im sure if it!

lots of love


Quinvale AstaLaVista Baby said...

G’day Normie,

Happy Valetines Day!

Those photos of you sleeping are precious, little mate!

xxx Asta (Oz)

Luna "The Scruffy Yacht Dog" said...

HI Norman,

I get doggy breath after I eat a sardine. I get one a day. And there is a chew stick that my sister say that my breath smells like I been eating a dead seagull. Now how would she know??

with wagging tail,

Penny, Poppy & Patches said...

Hi Normie! We get our teeth brushed at least 5 days a week. It's just part of our morning routine... wake up, go outside, eat, and get teeth brushed!

Poppy, Penny & Patches