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Bentley also has atomic farts which I assumed was from all the wheat bread and broccoli I fed him to get my ring back. Coming or going this puppy can clear a room
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Bentley also has atomic farts which I assumed was from all the wheat bread and broccoli I fed him to get my ring back. Coming or going this puppy can clear a room
LOL...Joyce, my breeder uses probiotics and I plan to keep doing what she is doing when I bring Sage home....I also take probiotics daily because I have some tummy issues. They are safe according to my doctor and vet...so I don't think it would hurt to try it for Bentley.

My old Cocker has breath that could knock you flat from time to time, and I am starting her today on them...She likes to snack on the gold mines that rabbies leave... so gross.
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Please get his teeth checked. When I told my vet about Molly's bad breath she told me to brush her teeth.. A few months later we found something had always been and she had been in pain/discomfort for months before we figured it out..


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Please get his teeth checked. When I told my vet about Molly's bad breath she told me to brush her teeth.. A few months later we found something had always been and she had been in pain/discomfort for months before we figured it out..


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Ok I will have his teeth checked but the Vet looked at them pretty good about a week ago because he has a double tooth.
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I just ordered the DOGZYMES Digestive Enhancer. It doesn't cost very much and I read all I could find on the subject so I decided either way it can't hurt.
Right now Bentley is on the other side of the living room and I could toss my cookies from smelling his breath
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I got mine at the pet store, but these are cheaper, may have to order them from there next time....

btw Joyce, I can sympathize, Emma could knock me out with it at times....it does ruin a good meal too if she is in the vicinity when this is going on....sigh....
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This is interesting. Both my goldens never had bad breath and I never brushed either.

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Bentley has been chewing his feet a lot lately, I just read that's also a sign than he needs this stuff. Here's hoping it gets rid of itchy feet and sewer breath
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