Our dogs are pretty disgusting creatures. They enjoy rolling in poop, dead animals, dirt and hate taking baths but besides all that, they smell good to us normally! Right? Well, why suddenly does my dog smell disgusting?
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Here are several possible reasons why:
- Yeast infections
Yeast infections are no fun for anyone. They can lead to the musty, moldy smell of your dog.
- Anal gland issues
The anal gland is inside the dogs (you guessed it) anus and can stink if it’s not properly expressed.
- Ear infections
Has your dog gone swimming recently? Or maybe he’s had a bath? Water could be stuck in his year leading to an ear infection.
- Bad breath
Just like stinky humans, dogs can have bad breath that stinks up the whole room!Dogs and humans shouldn’t have chronically bad breath, if they do it could mean a gum disease or dental issues.
If your dog smells all over it could mean something serious.
Take him to the vet before it gets out of control. Take your dog to the vet if any of these signs persist. Stinky dogs could mean stinky problems.
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