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Interesting thing about switching to better food

A few months ago I switched both my guys from Nutro to something better-- Cash To Wellness Simple Solutions, Rocky to Canidae. This morning while I was getting my good morning kisses I noticed neither one had stinky breath. Then I realized they haven't had stinky breath since the switch! That makes it all worth it to me.


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Re: Interesting thing about switching to better food

Glad to hear this!!!! There are so many benefits to feeding a good food to our dogs, this sounds like just another reason for you Now you can enjoy lots of morning kisses!!!
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Re: Interesting thing about switching to better food

lol Jesse was put on Canidea too but his breath is stinky still, but I think cause he is teething.

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Re: Interesting thing about switching to better food

I noticed the same thing when I switched my Golden pup to Wellness! He had been on Nutro, too, and always had what I can only describe as "garlic breath." After about two days on the Wellness, it was gone.

My GS is still on Nutro, though, and for some reason, it doesn't seem to affect his breath.

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