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  1. Arti says:

    All of these signs are proof of an active infection in your dog’s mouth. Not like what you would expect. As long as the bacteria are active in your dog’s mouth, they further compromise the teeth, gums, jaw bone and generally makes your dog feel ill. Unlike humans who get blackened teeth and cavities, dental disease in dogs presents itself as bad breath, tartar build up on teeth (yellowish, irregularly formed muck on and in between teeth), calculus (hardened tartar), and infected gums that look bright red where they meet the surface of the tooth.

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