I can't, yet, give you a cite for this because I just heard it on the radio:
"A British survey found half of people have breath worse than a dog. Secretaries have the best breath."
This is a good step. I'm sick of people who say a healthy dog 'smells bad' or 'has bad breath'.
Isn't a human bite more toxic than a dog bite? I wonder what the total 'germ count' is of people and dogs.
http://community.webtv.net/k9apple/Howloweenies
A British survey found half of people have breath worse than a dog.<[/nq]
It's no wonder, few dogs eat garlic and onions. LOL...
Bernie
A British survey found half of people have breath worse than a dog.<[/nq]
It's no wonder, few dogs eat garlic and onions. LOL...

Our vet recommended we feed Murphy raw garlic to help her breath - apparently it doesn't affect dogs' breath the way it does ours.

Hers was from chronic tummy troubles though (IBD) which seems to have gone with a radical change in diet.
cheers
Rachel
(New Zealand)