Is Your Dog’s Stinky Breath Caused by a Skin Infection?

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Did you know your dog’s stinky breath could actually relate to a stinky face instead? Dogs with wrinkles around their mouth are more prone to skin infections on the face; some of which can really smell, take yeast for example. You might think your dog’s stinky breath is the problem, but really you could be smelling a skin infection near or around the mouth.

So, how do you know if your dog’s stinky breath is coming from bacteria in their mouth or on their face? The first step is to take a closer look at your dog’s mouth area to see if you notice any signs of redness, chaffing, blisters, sores, or other skin abnormalities. You may also notice the smell is worse when you touch and move apart wrinkles.

It’s Not Your Dog’s Stinky Breath, It’s Your Dog’s Stinky Face!

Pugs, bulldogs and other brachycephalic breeds are at a greater risk of bacteria-infested facial wrinkles that disguise themselves as stinky dog breath. That’s because wrinkles offer the perfect place for bacteria, yeast and other intruders to thrive. Just think about it: wrinkles are dark, moist and often left untouched for days on end. And wrinkles around the face are best of all, they offer ample access to moisture and food debris for feasting.

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The Importance of Cleaning Your Dog’s Wrinkles

Bacteria can make your dog’s skin sore and stinky, you may also notice rashes or pimple-like lesions.  By the time your dog’s stinky breath persists even when their mouth is closed, it’s long past time to inspect between wrinkles. Cleaning wrinkles on a regular basis is a must. We are talking at least 3 times a day and after every meal. The key is to prevent food and moisture from sitting inside wrinkles and beckoning all forms of's stinky breath

The All-Natural Way to Cure Your Dog’s Stinky Face

After you clean out wrinkles, use a dry soft cloth to remove any moisture left behind. For best results, follow it up by applying a layer of Wrinkle Balm. This all-natural and soothing balm can be used to treat skin fold dermatitis, yeast and bacterial infections, crusty buildup, pimples/sores, interdigital cysts, and unpleasant odors to boot. Wrinkle Balm also helps prevent future outbreaks of stinky face syndrome—aka wrinkles crawling with yeast and bacteria.

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