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Pet Deodorization

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Ears of pets like dogs are often overlooked by the owner, especially when the it is full of hair. Such carelessness in details may cause the growth of parasites. These parasites live by eating the secretions produced in the dog’s ears. When corpses of such parasites are piled up in such narrow space, the dog’s ears will be smelly. Sometimes the owner of a dog will sense a stinky odor when his or her dog approaches. Sometimes, such smell does come from the mouth of a dog. But sometimes, it comes exactly from its ears, a place which has been neglected and should have been cleaned for long.

The dog’s paw is a place for perspiration, especially in summer. We can see that a dog will leave watermarks when stepping on the ground. That happens when there is sweat on the skin of the paw. Such sweat will make the hair stick together, and stink will form over time, thus such unfavored smell will come out from there.

In fact, such smell emits due to the secretion of the dog’s sebaceous glands. These secretions are decomposed and swallowed by microorganisms, and thus naturally form an unpleasant smell. The smell can even undergo temperature changes to make changes in itself. If you put the dog into a relatively high temperature environment which is warmed by an air conditioner, in a few days, such smell from its body will be stronger and stronger. In fact, this is because of the accelerated growth of insects and microorganisms in higher temperature environment.

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