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13 Reasons Why Your Dog Might Have Stinky Breath

You were lied to: a dog's mouth is definitely not cleaner than your own. Your dog might not be able to brush its own teeth, but it can fight excessive tartar and plaque build-up with DENTASTIX®.

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1. Dogs will eat anything.

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2. And everything.

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3. Literally anything and everything.

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4. And they eat a lot.

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None of it smells good.

5. Their toys aren't always the cleanest.

And you know they're going straight in the mouth. Dogs are like forever teething babies.
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And you know they're going straight in the mouth. Dogs are like forever teething babies.

6. Especially their favorite toy.

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7. Tongues are sort of like stink sponges.

And they frequently end up on your face.
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And they frequently end up on your face.

8. And slobber is excessive.

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9. Dog mouths are always wet.

And we're never sure if it's from slobber, the water dish, or something else.
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And we're never sure if it's from slobber, the water dish, or something else.

10. Dog breath doesn't get any better in the winter.

It's a year-round bad time.
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It's a year-round bad time.

11. And we all know what they secretly love to eat.

12. If there is mud, your dog's mouth will find it.

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13. No matter where it is.

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But we wouldn't have it any other way.

Keep your dog’s breath fresh with DENTASTIX®.
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Keep your dog’s breath fresh with DENTASTIX®.

Well... maybe we would.

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