Dog Odours

Smelly dog ! Anyone who has lived with a dog knows that dogs smell. They smell like dogs. This is not a problem for them, of course, but for a human who is only accustomed to the scent of freshly bathed humans, the smell can be overwhelming. Add to that the scent traces your dog leaves behind on the furniture, the carpet, the back seat of the car, your clothes, and you may have a whole life that smells like dog.

You love your dog, and there are just too many benefits that come with having him / her around, so throwing the puppy out with the bath water is not an option. It’s the dog odour that has to go.

Your Dog’s Body

What is “dog odour,” anyway? Dogs don’t sweat like we do. That is, they don’t have liquid perspiration seeping form their pores and rolling off their skin in the way humans do. But they do perspire from their paws, and they do emit a light perspiration from their hair follicles, which has a chemical scent that is individual to the dog. All dogs may smell the same to some of us, but they don’t smell the same to each other. They also produce oil, an important part of healthy skin and hair, which also has its own scent marker. Along with the glands in their ears, which produce a light yeasty smell, these are all normal body odours, and can be kept to a pleasant minimum with the daily use of FRESH PETS™

For convenience, Fresh Pets™ comes as a liquid that you simply spray onto your pet’s regular food every mealtime and mix it in.