What Smells Repel Dogs?

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Dogs are repelled by chilli pepper, citrus fruits and ammonia. The nose of a dog is sensitive to these substances due to the irritation they cause. These substances are used in the manufacture of dog repellents that keep dogs away from areas where they are not wanted.
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Smells that repel dogs are usually chemical smells. Rubbing alcohol is known to repel some dogs but remember not all smells will work with all dogs. Some repellents use bitter apple or bitter lime in order to discourage them. This works with some dogs others like it. No one repellent works all of the time. You can find more information here: http://www.gardeningknowhow.com/organic/natural-homemade-dog-repellent.htm
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