Dog Odors Might Be a Symptom of a Medical Problem

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I just wanted to let everyone know that my "stinky dog" ended up having a skin infection from swimming in her doggy pool and being matted in her hind quarters. Her skin is "stained" with either a fungus or bacterium (I am taking her to the vet tomorrow since we just got back from the groomer today).

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So your stinky dog may not be that way because of his food, or because he needs a bath! Investigate the smell. Look all over his body. Use your nose and find out exactly where it's coming from before you decide it's nothing. My pup may have to be on antibiotics because I didn't notice it sooner (although she has smelled for over a month now).

by Sam123 from Elk Grove, CA

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December 18, 20120 found this helpful

Just a thought but perhaps her "glands" need cleaning. Talk to your Veterinarian.

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