I’ll make this short and sweet, you can’t really do anything to get rid of it. Puppy breath usually goes away on it’s own a couple months after your pup is weaned from the mother.
So while weaning may make it dissaper a little quicker as they are introduced to other foods it is usually just age that makes the smell dissapate.
What is puppy breath?
Fresh, new puppies that have just been introduced into the world are eating their mother’s milk, which is one of the biggest factors that gives their breath that sweet milk scent.
In addition, their mouths are pretty clean and they have yet to come into contact with many things that would cause a build-up of bacteria in their mouths that would create an optimal environment for another odor in the mouth, which is usually pretty bad if not controlled. This is why it’s so important to take care of your dog’s oral hygiene.
How long does puppy breath last?
Puppy breath usually last a couple of months after weaning and disappears on its own.
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