My German Shepherd has extreme bad breath. Any home remedies before vet visit?

Sentive,inflamed gums are common in all dogs. Tar tar build up on the teeth,food particles catch between it gums,and gums infection ensure. Tumours...





Sentive,inflamed gums are common in all dogs.
Tar tar build up on the teeth,food particles catch between it gums,and gums infection ensure.
Tumours appear as lumps in the gums.
If left untreated by vet, this condition can lead to gum infection.

Routine brushing of dog's teeth will slow or prevent the development of tar tar and gingivitis. If tar tar has formed, the teeth must scaled and polished only by a vet.
Some mouth tumours are malignant and life-threating and must be surgically removed.
Infection caused by proliferating gums can be treated with antibiotics,but greatly enlarged gums must be surgically removed under anaesthesia.

Pls seek veterinary advice for correct diagnosis
pls brush your dog teeth 2 time a day everday
Hope this is helpful to you..

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12 Responses to “My German Shepherd has extreme bad breath. Any home remedies before vet visit?”

  1. David S says:

    my dog eats baby diapers{laffin my ass off}{tears in eyes type}then want to lick ,yuk!!! etc…!!!bad dog!gotta luv him tho
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    self veiwing of it!bad breath ain't the word 4 it

  2. Psycee says:

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  3. Someone says:

    They make dog toothpaste…maybe try that. But you can get dog treats that helps with bad breath. Good luck
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  4. Sandra H says:

    One of my dogs had extremely bad breath and when she had her yearly checkup I ask my Vet about it. Turns out that she had an infection in her gums and had some rotten teeth. Hair that had got into her mouth had actually wraped itself around the teeth at gum line and was cutting into gum. We had never brushed any of our dogs teeth but discovered that most dog owners do and they start as puppies and they get used to it. Anyway she had to take antibiotics and after infection cleared up the Vet put her under and cleaned her teeth. This sounds like what your problem might be and I know there isn't any home products that will help. Just see Vet and ask cause she may even be in pain.
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  5. Eshta says:

    Depending on how old your dog is, could be a bad tooth or an infection in the gums. Could be the food he's eating and he's not digesting it well.
    Try putting parsley cut up fine in his food, this might help. You can also brush his teeth, I do that with my Shepherds once a month. Does he chew on bones? There are some that are to help bad breath. And chewing on bones helps keep their teeth clean.
    good luck, let us know.
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  6. Wakishea says:

    Go to your local pet store and buy a toothbrush and toothpaste specially made for dogs..

    This will help with his bad breath and also keep his teeth and gums clean and healthy!

    You should brush his teeth atleast 3 times a week.

    But if this doesnt help then he might have an infection or a disease to do with his gums…

    Check his mouth and look for any redness or swelling on the gum area…If its a very hot red then he is having a problem with his gums..and if its only red by a certain tooth than he might have an infection or something like that…also there would probably be swelling around that tooth as well..

    Good luck!
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  7. sophylakes says:

    has the dog been wormed
    do you regularly scale/clean his teeth ( like weekly)
    do you feed him high quality dry kibble ONLY
    does he have access to fresh drinking water all the time
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  8. Tara says:

    Dogs can develop tooth and gum disease too.
    Best way to prevent this and bad breath is to brush their teeth 2-3 times a week. (Doggie toothpaste only)
    Plenty of fresh water helps rinse the mouth clean.
    Your dog may need a dental cleaning at the vet to help get rid of build-up.
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  9. Mar says:

    I read in a doggie cookbook that parsley can sweeten/freshen breath…give your dog some fresh parsley to eat :D ..or those dentabone things
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  10. bingo19 says:

    Sentive,inflamed gums are common in all dogs.
    Tar tar build up on the teeth,food particles catch between it gums,and gums infection ensure.
    Tumours appear as lumps in the gums.
    If left untreated by vet, this condition can lead to gum infection.

    Routine brushing of dog's teeth will slow or prevent the development of tar tar and gingivitis. If tar tar has formed, the teeth must scaled and polished only by a vet.
    Some mouth tumours are malignant and life-threating and must be surgically removed.
    Infection caused by proliferating gums can be treated with antibiotics,but greatly enlarged gums must be surgically removed under anaesthesia.

    Pls seek veterinary advice for correct diagnosis
    pls brush your dog teeth 2 time a day everday
    Hope this is helpful to you..
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    Dog lover..

  11. abonebrake6th06 says:

    my german shepherd is the same way.
    I mix a couple dog mints in with her food and that works for me.
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  12. lauztu says:

    Are you feeding raw? My Sasha has been on a " Biologically Appropriate Raw Food" (BARF-scary ain't it ) diet for 4 months and her breath is kissing sweet and her teeth are shiny bright.
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    "Raw Dog Food, make it easy for and your dog" by C.B. MacDonald; Whole Dog Journal; and experience.

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