Do You Have A Smelly Dog? Here's Why
by: Davis Messerer
All dog owners obviously love their pets, since they would not be going to so much trouble to keep them otherwise! They are lovable and caring, and can be the perfect friend & companion in sorrow and joy. But maintaining a pet certainly comes with a great deal of responsibility, and one realizes this only in case of extreme circumstances how important it is to take care of everything. Here, I am specifically talking about you in case you have the problem of a Smelly dog.
Irrespective of the breed, or how much you may seemingly ensure that they stay away from places that smell bad, one fact is for certain – dogs are dogs! And no matter what you do, they have a natural tendency of breaking all restrictions and doing the things they love. Unfortunately, this also means that you are going to have more than a couple of instances when you have to see your smelly dog out on the porch and have no choice but to let him in and think of how you can solve the problem. Let's take a look at some of the more common solutions.
First of all, you need to notice the condition of your Smelly dog fur. It may be so that he has visited and played in certain places that have led to dry feces, dirt, or similar foreign substances getting stuck, which carries the odor to your doorstep. However, the foul smell could also be due to medical reasons, as your dog could be suffering from diabetes or any other disease that leads to bad breath as one of its side effects, particularly in case of dental diseases. A damaged anal gland or ear could also be the cause of bad odor coming from your dog, although the medical treatment that is done to cure this disease is extremely painful for the dog! But then again, there's no getting around to it. The more you delay, the worse it would get.