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Old February 6th, 2007, 08:35 PM
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i would try a adding a broad-spectrum digestive enzyme to her food (one or two tablets down her throat a few minutes before mealtimes), they often help the dog both better digest & absorb nutrients, hence reducing "fermentation" time in the gut and bad breath. also a change of diet may help... feed a less grainy food, since grains are often the culprit in poor digestion... they just sit there for hours in the gut while the body is straining to digest (dogs are built to eat meat, not grains).

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