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Old 01-23-2006, 07:47 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by Bavaria
yea but they still have no sweat glands!
which is the main thing i guess!
I don't get it...why is a dog going to smell more because he/she has to dispel water using its tongue and nose? Sweating leads to bacterial growth in warm, dark conditions leading to bad odour.. such as humans and their armpits, feet, and other areas.

A dog's body odour is highly dependant on the environment it is in.
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