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Friday, June 28, 2019

WHY DO DOG PAWS SMELL LIKE CORN CHIPS?


 HOW TO DETECT IF YOUR DOG STINK'S BAD….?? AND WHAT IS THE SOLUTION??


  1. Foul, yeasty odour could indicate the presence of a bacterial or fungal/ yeast infection
  2. A foreign body could be lodged in the paw, causing irritation or abscess
  3. A skin tumour or sore has become irritated or infected due to licking
  4. A toenail could be injured or infected
  5. Crusty or flaky skin on pads
  6. Excessive licking, hair loss, or redness
  7. Lumps, bumps, or swelling on or between toes
  8. Flaky, cracked, or broken toenails
  9. Drainage coming from the surface of the skin or from a wound
  10. Limping


  • Dog's sweat through their foot pads. Just as people's feet sweat, so do canine paws. The sweat becomes trapped BETWEEN the coat between the foot pads and can smell bad, but the problem probably worse than the corn chips.


  • DOG’s feet are always in touch with microbes as dogs walk on the ground and are full of bacteria, as they occasionally lick their feet with tongues full of additional microbes. As a result, dog’s feet may have more of an odour than the rest of the body.


  • What Causes to smell like Corn Chips?

The corn chips smell is usually caused by bacteria that is completely natural and give off a kind of yeasty odour, particularly if the bacteria is Proteus or Pseudomonas Or that corn chips smell could just be your dog’s natural odour.


  • SOLUTION:

    1) Trimming the fur between the foot pads is very important for keeping them stench down. Without trimming, the sweat goes into the fur which permeates it and Spread into the pads apart. This is best done by put your thumb in-between them and Use a pet hair clipper, carefully trim the fur from around the pads. This will eliminate the build-up of all sweat and stink coming from the pads. After trimming, your pet must be bathed thoroughly.


    2) Give Your Dog a Paw Bath and Keep HYGINE as PRIORITY.
Whatever the problem is minor then a good doggie bath will help. Use of pet shampoo on each paw, lathering it up and then rinsing it completely will help. All four paw’s must be shampoo it well to remove sweat, dirt and debris.
        
    3) Always prepare to clean your and your DOG’s FEET after having a walk every time and make it a HABBIT. Walk on clean Road, FoothPath etc.



  • What If This Odour Is a Problem?

If the paw odour is extremely worst then other conditions could be at work. Here are few listed:
There is a bacterial or fungal infection, meaning an overgrowth of pathologic microbes causing diseases and make use of proper DOG POWDER allocated for PET DOG's.
Any Another foreign body that is causing an irritation.
A skin tumour like foot melanoma or a sore has become ulcerated or infected after licking.
A toenail injury or if there is an infection in a nail bed.

THEN IMMEDIATELY CONTACT THE NEAREST VET FOR PAW TREATMENT.

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