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Old 01-23-2006, 01:05 AM   #28
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Originally Posted by A~G
Wierd... i never thought there was a direct correlation between having sweat-glands and cleanliness.

If anything you'd think that would make them that much cleaner!


Sweat glands are basically ways of keeping body core temperature constant. (hence, sweating when you're hot, to cool down)

Dogs + other animals use other means of cooling themselves, dogs pant and stick out their tongues, and elephants flap their big ears...

I just don't see how that has anything to do with cleanliness... if anything those who sweat are dirtier, (especially if they don't wear deoderant) lol.
admit it adam your dog smells!!!

btw i agree....it depends on the owner i know some ppls dogs with more hygiene than some highschool students.
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