Why Do My Dogs Feet Smell?

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Your dog's feet smell because of trapped sweat between them. The sweat accumulates over time, bringing the unpleasant odour. The problem can be solved by trimming fur between their foot pads.
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1. Use short-nosed trimming shears to trim the hair around your dog's paws. Stick with just clipping the hair off that grows beyond the paws and the paw pads. Do not try to clip the
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scent glands in their pads im pretty sure. what kind of dog? my dog's feet dont smell but my friend has some rare kind and his feet do.
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1. Identify the dog urine spots using a black light at night. The black light causes pet urine to fluoresce in the dark, making it easier to see exactly where the odor is coming from
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