Pet Care – How to Make Your Dog Smell Better
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Pet Care is a pet awareness initiative by Harwinder Grewal. Who is an owner of Grewal Pet Shop and Farm, Main Road, Adampur. In this video, he tells about How to Make Your Dog Smell Better in the Hindi Language.
1. The odor of a smelly dog does not appeal to most people. In fact, dog odor can often cause people to think twice about either owning a dog or letting their dog spend time indoors or in a car with them. Unpleasant dog odors are many and varied, including bad breath, flatulence, scents arising from poorly maintained fur, or the animal stepping or rolling in feces. Ultimately, no matter how cute, a smelly dog is hard to spend time around, so it is important to keep your dog smelling pleasant.
2. For a dog that has rolled in something smelly, hasn’t been bathed for a while, or looks dirty, a bath is a good start to fixing the odor issue. Buy a shampoo that is formulated to get rid of odors rather than simply trying to cover them up with artificial scents.
3. Starting from the top of the head and working your way down to the end of the tail, apply warm (but not hot) water to your dog.
4. Squirt some shampoo into your hands. Start to lather from the top of your dog’s neck to the end of its tail.
5. Use warm water to wash the shampoo out of the dog’s coat. Again, avoid water entering the eyes, ears or nose.
6. Stand back and let your dog shake out as much water as possible.
7. Using a towel, dry your dog as much as you are able. Some dogs may let you use a hair dryer set on low to blow dry their fur.
8. The wet-dog smell that people complain about is mainly caused by bacteria that feed on a dog’s natural skin oil. Like so many other types of bacteria, they thrive in a warm, moist environment.
9. Dirty ears are a common source of unpleasant dog odors. Clean your dog’s ears when they look dirty inside, but do not clean them so often that it causes irritation.
10. Wipe the ear where wax can be seen (generally a dark brown color) and through the different crevasses in the ear. If there is a strong odor to the ear, it is most likely an infection, not just wax, and should be addressed by a veterinarian and appropriate medication.
11. Ear infections are common in dogs and often accompany skin problems elsewhere on the dog’s body. If your dog’s ears show signs of infection such as odor, redness, swelling, or discharge,look out for skin problems.
12. A dirty mouth leads to bad breath. For both your dog’s health and odor, you should brush your dog’s teeth regularly, ideally on a daily basis.
13. Avoid spraying perfume or scented, deodorizing, or household products on your dog.
14. If your dog isn’t eating a healthy, natural diet, then odor may be caused by the unhealthy food your dog eats. Look into what you are feeding your dog, and check the ingredients on the dog food bag.
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