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 "...Modern Dog Gains From Oral Health" 
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Bad Breath In Dogs Is History So Now The Modern Dog Gains From Oral Health
by: Dwight Healer




The association humans have with dogs might be the most successful relationship between man and animal in the history of time. The domestic dog dates so far back research reports some seriously different observations. The most sufficient date is 31,700 BP, this date has little meaning to anyone who isn't an anthropologist, never the less is representative of a one hundred thousand years ago.

The partnership was set up on the wants of humans for help in herding, hunting, protection and a method of detection and alerting their owners of intrusion. While many of the working facets of the relationship still exist the bond has developed into one of friendship. A dog's unique sense of their owner's mood is magic and re enforces the devotion and love many owners have for their dogs.

The owners and families of the modern dog are living much nearer with their hounds, dogs or living in the house with the rest of the family and spending less of their time in the yard. Scores of dogs are considered one of the family leaving their old status of pets for the birds, fish, and even cats to meet.

The hygiene of the family dog is beginning to become central to the richness of their interaction with the people around them. For the previous forty years the dog diet has produced halitosis in dogs. A dog's bad breath is a sign of periodontal illness but so few dogs receive regular oral hygiene care that halitosis in dogs is considered normal. As dogs begin to live for longer the degree of periodontal illness is now reaching stages of seriousness not seen during the past. The odor from canine periodontal disease influences the standard of tenderness dogs depend on for a good mental condition.

A dog's keen sense of their owner's state of mind is what endears us to these animals, this high level of sensitivity to our moods can also stress a dog. As owner's interactions are effected by their dogs halitosis our dog's senses the increasing detachment of the physical contact that is the foundation of their psychological well being.

Oral hygiene care in dogs used be a tough task, dogs are highly resistant to anybody attempting to open their mouths. It is unlikely a dog will hold still while an owner tries to brush their teeth like the way that owners brush their own teeth. Cleaning dog teeth can be accomplished by utilizing all natural products devised to deal with the damaging bacteria that cause dog periodontal disease and the bad breath that results as a symptom. The ingredients in these products are highly effective and can be applied daily by simply spraying a mist into a dog's mouth or gels that may be applied to a dog's teeth and gums.

Modern times and the modern dog require modern dental care. The concept dogs naturally have bad breath is a concept that must change. The ability of care givers to make provision for their dog's oral health has never been less complicated.

About The Author
I am part of VitaHound's research staff that maintains the industry's leading dog lover's site www.VitaHound.com. Our hundreds of articles on dog health allow owners to become powerful advocates for their dog's health care. Our readers become experts in areas starting from cleaning dog teeth helping eliminate bad breath In dogs to choosing the best dog nutritional supplements helping a dog's overall health and well being.
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