Dirty Rotten Nasty Stinky

Discussion in 'KiKi's & Poochies' started by BUC, Mar 2, 2009.

  1. BUC

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    Dog breath.

    Um, yeah.

    Help?

    How can something so deadly smelling come out of something this cute?

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  2. lori

    lori New Member

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    Dirty Teefs.
     

  3. BUC

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    Is it a chew thingie? So far I haven't had any luck getting him to actually chew on stuff....which normally would be a good thing.

    I did brush his teeth, but his breath still smells like shit.
     
  4. JenR

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    I've got some doggie breathe mints if you want them -- verdict would be out as to whether or not Mr. Killian would be in favor.
     
  5. BUC

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    Mr. Killian (which is now officially Mr. Rudy) is like a hoover vacuum when it come to any kind of treats other than his regular dog food...so something like this might be up his alley...

    Lori, normally I would laugh in someones face if they suggested dental care for a critter without a nasty tooth...but as bad as it smells and as much as I kinda like him, I will give that a look too :)
     
  6. lori

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    OK, so not to sound like someone who is now departed but...

    Keeping them in good dental health is a major factor in getting a long healthy life. Tartar --> gingivitis --> pockets in the gums that harbor bacteria --> bacteria spreads to major organs and causes problems.
     
  7. BUC

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    I'm very sure that is true...but my philosophy is somehow they managed to make it for thousands of years without all the fluff we have now. I also refuse to pay more for animal care than human. Now this is just a guess...but how much do you want to bet that it costs more than $40 to have a dogs teeth cleaned? Which is what I pay (even though I have 8 teeth I still have to pay full price :mad:)...

    And off to the next rant...someone should not have to be rich to own animals.
     
  8. poodlelover

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    Try some Greenies. They do help.
     
  9. Pixin

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  10. JenR

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    Next time I'm up around there, I'll drop off the doggie mints -- they're way too tiny for my hounds, and we just give up on Joe; his stink isn't going away anytime soon.
     
  11. lori

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    Vomit. They have those at Prairieland Feeds in Champaign.
     
  12. JenR

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    I got mine at the pet store here in town -- you're talking about the breathe mints, right?

    Hey, if you ever witness the vile odor that wafts out of Joe joe the Boy-faced Dog, you'd try just about anything to make it stop (which, sadly, the mints didn't do :'().
     
  13. lori

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    No, disgusting cut-off cow leg treats.... at Prairieland:
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    They look grosser from the top down.
     
  14. JenR

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    The cow femurs were more of a hit with mine (except the Pit, who is too much of a pussy and won't chew anything more hard than a Kong) -- the feet didn't last more than a few minutes with the others. But the cow feet used to be a hit with Nick when he was younger -- he spend an entire afternoon about 5 winters back, trying to convince us the Jersey Devil had been in our back yard, making tracks through the snow.
     
  15. lori

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    omg. The Jersey devil. I can still cause goosepimples on myself just thinking about things my Dad said. Glad my Dad doesn't spend much time in the pet store, I know he would have been making prints in the snow...
     
  16. BUC

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    I seriously don't think he'll chew on anything. I got him an array of chew stuff and needless to say they are still in mint condition, LOL. He has a few (ok, a BUNCH) of Beanie Baby toys and it's so funny to watch him "chew" on them. He does that little nibble thing like he's after a flea, and I've only seen him do that a few times. He likes to carry his toys around and shake them madly in front of the cats, but otherwise does not abuse them at all.

    I almost think he doesn't like a wet toy. He'll only fetch the same one 3-4 times and as soon as it starts feeling even a bit moist he goes and gets a different one. Now I don't KNOW if that's why, maybe he just likes variety.... :D
     
  17. equusteacher

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    Ok..
    how is he eating his regular kibble?
    Does he nibble that too or doesn he munch it right up?
     
  18. BUC

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    No, he munches that right up! It's definitely not a tooth problem that keeps him from chewing...well judging by his teeth that got a good once/twice over and how he happily chomps his food. I think *gasp* he is just a good poochie who doesn't chew...OR he was beat half to death in a prior life for chewing, LOL.
     
  19. equusteacher

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    in that case, welcome to my world!

    Wait till you get to sleep with Chester sharing your pillow!
    He's got some nasty ass stanky breath! ;D

    Seriously, if he's got good teeth, then maybe the breath mints is the way to go?
    A high quality dog food will / can help somethings (not sure waht you feed) and if he won't chew a greenie, they make greenie flakes you can sprinkle on his food.