Hi Pet Forum Members, We have a young cocker spaniel, Banjo, who is two and a half years old. He has a relatively new bad breath problem which varies from bad to awful. In trying to solve this we have tried and eliminated the following possible cures: Lip Fold dermatitis. Discovered and cured with antibiotics and derma cream. Anal Glands. Emptied. No change. Food changes to full anti allergenic, going from Lilly’s Kitchen to Burns,.no chnage. Removal of treats from the diet. No change. Teeth thoroughly checked. We are just about to try Johnson’s bad breath tablets but are not holding our breath. Tried them. No change. Our vet says that Banjo is in fine health and that there are no underlying problems. Although we can see no link, the problem began after he had his neutering operation. We don’t want to leave it like this however and believe the problem should be fixed. This condition originated about 6-8 months ago and is now both chronic and acute, originates in the mouth, and transfers to hands and clothing. Constantly washing. Any ideas would be gratefully received we really want to solve this for Banjo. Many thanks, Bob.