How To Fix A Dog’s Bad Breath

Bad “Dog” Breath

Let’s face it, we don’t like the smell of most any dog’s breath- however, specific smells can be tell-tale signs of medical issues lying beneath the surface.
Types of bad breath to be looking for according to

Unusually sweet or fruity breath could indicate diabetes, particularly if your dog has been drinking and urinating more frequently than usual.
Breath that smells like urine can be a sign of kidney disease.
An unusually foul odor accompanied by vomiting, lack of appetite, and yellow-tinged corneas or gums could signal a liver problem.
Having bad breath can be signs of GI problems, diabetes, kidney failure, dental infections, and many more harm-causing ailments.