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You should get their teeth checked out at the vet and start brushing them if you don't already. My parent's dog's breath smelt like a decomposing corpse- eventually it was discovered that two of them were rotten and had to be removed. :rolleyes: Don't let it get to that state of neglect.
 

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Echoing, get his teeth checked, they should be white, with little to no tartar. Bad teeth, and some medical problems, are what cause bad doggy breath.

Once the teeth are clean then work to keep them that way by brushing them, feeding him RAW (NOT cooked) bones, and giving him other safe chew toys.
 
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