How to Handle Dog Diseases – Mouth Odors and Tonsillitis

Mouth Odors

The majority of cases are caused by dental tartar. Metabolic disorders, however, could cause similar problems.


The dog’s breath has a very unpleasant odor. The type of odor depends on the cause. The animal shows no interest in food because there are either painful areas inside the mouth or the animal is suffering from severe metabolic or organic disorders.

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There are a number of causes for bad mouth odors, each of which may be diagnosed by specific characteristics.

Other accompanying symptoms may turn up. If the cause is not diagnosed and treated, it is likely that inflammatory conditions will get worse and turn into serious disease like uremia or a diabetic coma.


Important: If you find that the odor smells fruity, which may indicate diabetes, rush your dog to a veterinarian trained in holistic techniques. Do not try home remedies. The same holds true I if your dog’s mouth has a urine like odor (which may indicate kidney disorders).

Avoid the use of any treatments in the form of drops, because they will hurt your animal. Drops are formulated with alcohol, which will burn an inflamed mucosal surface.

If you are clearly dealing with a case of dental deposits. If the gums are red and inflamed.

When to Consult a Veterinarian

Mouth odors that smell fruity or urine like must be treated professionally right away. Other mouth odors may be treated with home remedies If your home treatments are not effective you need to consult a veterinarian trained in holistic techniques.

What to Expect

Metabolic disorders and a weak immune system are best reenergized and regulated with classic homeopathic single remedies Toxins will be eliminated through the application of Nosode therapy.

Preventive and Convalescent Care

If you remember to give your dog a nightly dog biscuit, you will not only be rewarded with true love but with less dental tartar problems Check your dog’s mouth from time to time, so that you find deposits in their beginning stages You will also locate small inflammatory areas before they get infected and turn into serious health problems.


This disease affects both the very young and the older dogs.


Tonsillitis is commonly first noticed when the dog appears to have difficulties swallowing. The dog acts tentative when it wants to drink or eat. Other symptoms are yawning, increased salivation, bad mouth odor, and attempts by the animal to scratch its throat. The dog becomes unresponsive to invitations for play. The body temperature may rise to 104F (40C) and cause the animal to become lethargic and drowsy.


Tonsillitis can be caused by bacteria, or it can occur as a secondary infection with viral diseases.


Allow your pet absolute rest! Outings are solely for the purpose of elimination.

  • Home Remedies

Administer Lymphomyosot drops. If the temperature exceeds 102.2F (39C), add Febrisal drops .For suggested dosages, see the inside front cover.

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If the animal appears listless and depressed, treat it with hornbeam.

Dog  Mouth Odors

When to Consult a Veterinarian

Get help from a veterinarian if symptoms and fever have not regressed after three days.

What to Expect

Homeopathic remedies will be used to reduce the inflammatory condition and to stimulate the body’s own defense mechanisms.

Nosode therapy will be employed in order to eliminate specific toxins.

You will be asked to apply color therapy in order to support the healing process.

Preventive and Convalescent Care

Do not offer your dog ice cold water, and do not allow the animal to drink from street puddles.

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About the Author: Fred Goodson has a passion for pets and animals. He has 4 dogs and is planning to have another one. He is also a blogger who writes about pets and animals. Currently, he is living in New Jersey.

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