Bad breath en dogs

Unpleasant mouth odor usually caused by bacterias.

Dog Darcy
Darcy
Darcy, my female dog maltese, has threw up, difficulty swallowing, and eats nonfood items (grass, feces, ...)
Hello! Not eating or drinking is usually a sign something is wrong with your dog's health, and it could be serious. The earlier you find out what is causing your dog's problems, the better your chances are of taking the control of it. Since she has severe symptoms for days now, take her to a vet urgently, so he/she can determine the diagnosis and give her corresponding treatment. Don't self-medicate your pets. Keep in mind that not knowing of medications and their compounds, as well as the effect they have on our pets can produce serious harms. All the best for you and Darcy. Note: This is an automatic answer provided by artificial intelligence previously reviewed by our veterinarians. In case of urgency, we recommend you to contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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Dog Stella
Stella
Stella, my female dog unknown, has bad breath and worm in stool
Stella should have a treatment with Praziquantel. Nexgard is not enough. The puppies usually are deworming at the beginning. After some days, the first vaccine is Parvovirosis. After minimum two weeks, another shot of the other diseases. Wait another minimum two weeks and a shot of parvovirosis with the another diseases. Kind regards,
Veterinarian Elena Laguno
Top
Zamora, Zamora
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Dog Bailey
Bailey
Bailey, my female dog pit bull, has bad breath and bump / lump on the skin
It might be an infection or a tumor. Bailey should visit the vet. For the moment, you can clean the vagina with a cold saline solution and dry very well. The cold will make te swelling go down. Kind regards,
Veterinarian Elena Laguno
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Zamora, Zamora
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Dog Tiny Olie
Tiny Olie
Tiny Olie, my female dog dachshund, has bad breath
Hello! It could be a bad breath or an infection inside of the mouth. The best would be to take your dog to the veterinarian for a general checkup, so that he/she can determine if something is wrong with your dog and give her the most appropriate treatment.
Veterinarian Barkibot A.I.
San Francisco, California
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