Stinky Dog? 6 Possible Culprits
Published on August 29, 2016
Got an adorable dog with some serious odor issues? If you’ve got a real stinker on your hands — whether it be occasional or full-time, it’s in everyone’s best interest to take care of the problem. But that’s hard to do unless you know what’s causing the stench, so we put together this handy slideshow of common canine odor problems to help you get to the bottom of your dog’s funky smell.
Whatever the cause, there is usually a solution. This may include daily bathing, a diet change, anal gland expression, frequent dental cleanings under anesthesia and even surgery for severely afflicted ears.
Nobody wants to be the stinky dog on the block, so help your best buddy out! Take him to your veterinarian, who can usually pinpoint the problem and suggest the best way to approach it. Remember — where there’s a whiff, there’s a way!
1. It's His Skin
2. It's His Ears
3. He's Gassy
4. It's His Anal Glands
5. It's His Breath
6. It's a Wet Dog Smell
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