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Source and treatment of body odor in Schnauzer dogs

Generally, the Schnauzer doesn’t have a very strong smell, compared to some breeds, but Miniature Schnauzers are a breed that is quite prone to having oily skin. It is the primary cause that many Schnauzer owners complain their Miniature Schnauzers smell bad. What can you do to get rid of those annoying body odors of Schnauzer? Following are seven common reasons why Schnauzer smells bad and how to deal with them.

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Schnauzer’s oral problems

Oral problems lead to bad breath in Schnauzer dogs. In this situation, the Schnauzer smells bad. For example, owners do not clean Schnauzer dogs’ mouths for a long time, that is, brush their teeth, as a result, the decay of food and the growth of bacteria made it easier for Schnauzer’s mouth to smell.

In fact, the main cause of Schnauzer dog Halitosis is the root cause of periodontal disease. The reason for periodontal disease is that long-term failure to clean the mouth leads to the production of Tartar, coupled with the proliferation of bacteria in the warm, so the two will produce a chemical reaction to release sulfur-containing chemicals, lead to the production of odor, General Schnauzer periodontal disease, parents or as soon as possible to take it to the hospital is better.

As long as the owner cures Schnauzer’s periodontal disease, Schnauzer’s breath will naturally disappear, but the main thing is that the owner has to brush the dog’s teeth regularly, and if he finds a tooth stone, he has to take him out to have his teeth cleaned, this will prevent the Schnauzer from developing the oral disease in the future.

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Schnauzer’s Hip too dirty

Generally, schnauzers don’t have a strong body odor, but why do schnauzers sometimes smell bad? If the anal glands of a Schnauzer are not cleaned for a long time, they accumulate a lot of dirt, which can cause a bad smell. Schnauzer is advised to squeeze his anal glands regularly so that his buttocks don’t stink.

Schnauzer’s feet too dirty

Schnauzers have long hair on the soles of their feet, making dirt between their toes harder to spot and, over time, they stink. It is recommended that the owner trim the hair on the soles of the feet regularly and clean the toes to ensure the soles of the feet are clean and hygienic.

Schnauzer’s hair too dirty

Schnauzers stink probably because their hair is so dirty that they stink after not being cleaned for a long time. It is recommended that you bathe her regularly to keep her hair clean and clean, as well as to prevent parasites. After each shower, the owner should immediately blow-dry the hair to prevent schnauzer

Schnauzer’s ear too dirty

In addition, The ears of A Schnauzer can also smell, so the owner must regularly check whether the ears of a schnauzer need to be cleaned. If they are too dirty, they will not only smell but also cause tears.

The best way to clean a Schnauzer’s ears is to choose every time you shower, so you don’t get dirty!

Schnauzer’s lack of exercise:

Nowadays, schnauzers are mostly kept at home and don’t get much exercise each day, so the strength of Schnauzer’s hip muscles will be relatively weak, this prevents Schnauzer from removing the fluid from the anal glands on his own, and may even cause them to swell over time, leading to bad smells. The solution to this problem is simple: while the owner is bathing the Schnauzer, the owner can put on gloves to help Schnauzer squeeze out anal gland fluid.

Schnauzer’s kennel too dirty

If the Schnauzer’s kennel is not cleaned regularly, even if the schnauzer has a bath, it will have a very bad smell after sleep in the kennel. So in addition to care for the schnauzer, its living environment also needs to be cleaned. The living environment must be kept dry, which can effectively prevent skin diseases!

If none of the above is true, take your Schnauzer to the vet, he may be sick!