Some dogs seem to just have a natural smell that comes back time and time again, even if you regularly bathe them. Sometimes, this smell can be unpleasant and difficult to live with, especially if your dog is indoors most of the time. We don’t all have time to bathe our pets every single day, but there are some alternative solutions.
1 Wipe your dogs furr every day with pet wipes.
Pet wipes are a great way to keep your dog looking and smelling fresh. They are a much quicker alternative to bathing and can be used at home or on the go. They remove daily dirt and odour, are safe, convenient and easy to use as well as prevent irritation that can lead to infection. These pet wipes are a great solution and they are moistened with natural ingredients as a bonus!
2 Clean your dogs ears
It’s actually quite common for the dog smell to come from your dog’s ears. They can be very sensitive so we recommend using special ear and eye wipes. They remove ear wax and mucus while being safe and convenient to use. Be very gentle when doing this, as you can hurt your pets eardrum if you apply too much pressure or poke their inner ear.
3 Add some fruits and vegetables to their diet
Your pet can develop bad breath and this can also be a nuisance, try adding some dog friendly fruits and vegetables to their dry food. This has been proven to improve their breath.
4 Brush your dog regularly
Brushing your pet every day can clear their fur of dirt and allergens that can contribute to bad smells. This is a great brush for keeping your pets fur shiny and tangle free.
5 Wash your pets bedding
Even if you keep up with these tips and your dog ends up super clean and smell free, once he goes back to his bed the dirt and smells will attach themselves once again to their fur. It is important to regularly wash their bed to prevent this. It will go a long way to eliminating smells in your home!
6 Brush your dogs teeth
The best way to eliminate your dog’s bad breath, is to brush his teeth regularly. Here’s how to do it: Start by rubbing your dog’s teeth with your bare finger at random times when you’re both relaxed. Soon, add a small dab of dog toothpaste on your finger, then start rubbing your dog’s teeth with that. Again, do this when you’re both relaxed. Eventually, switch from using your bare finger to using a tooth brush with dog-friendly toothpaste on it. Ideally, you’ll want to brush your dog’s teeth this way at least once a week.