AS IF BAD BREATH ISN’T BAD ENOUGH!

Persistent bad breath in dogs can be a sign of plaque & tartar buildup.

 

CAUSES OF BAD BREATH

Bacteria leads to plaque. Plaque can lead to a whole host of frightening problems.

Some people may think it's normal for a dog's breath to smell bad. But bad breath is not normal.
Without regular cleaning, plaque and bacteria build up on teeth and gums causing bad breath. If not removed, plaque hardens and turns into tartar and can lead to persistent bad breath.
OraVet Dental Hygiene Chews are clinically proven to reduce bad breath in dogs.2
OraVet Chews are easy to give because they have a taste dogs love.1

IDENTIFYING PLAQUE AND CALCULUS

How to look for plaque and calculus in your dog.

Just lift your dog's lips and have a look. Calculus in dogs is yellow or brown coloured and buildup should be easy to see. Plaque is typically colourless and can be hard to spot on white teeth.

 

The importance of daily home care

Regular dental checks and cleanings performed by your vet are an essential part of oral health care for your dog.
However, without daily home care, the plaque, tartar and bad breath can soon return.
OraVet Chews have been shown to extend the benefit of veterinary dental cleanings by reducing plaque and tartar build up, and bad breath.

Find out how serious dental care for dogs is possible.
Learn about OraVet Chews.


ASK YOUR VET

Take the first step. Speak with your vet.

Ask your veterinarian about using OraVet Chews following your dog's next cleaning.