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8 SMELLS DOGS HATE (Some You May Not Know!)

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 many of the sounds that dogs hate are found in our homes some we even carry on our person this is why this article explains what are the most annoying odors for canines doing so will help improve your canine friends quality of life.

1.citrus:

to our dog this smell is so intense it can cause irritation in the respiratory tract remember that they have a sense of smell 40 times more developed than our own dogs hate the fragrance of citrus fruits themselves but essential oils derived from citrus are even more offensive oils are concentrated products that emit a much more intense scent in the fruit itself for this reason the animal perceives an odor even stronger than that of food discover in the video that we share here which fruits are suitable for dogs.

2.vinegar:

the aroma which this product gives off is so strong that it is unbearable for dogs however apple cider vinegar can provide certain benefits we need to learn how to use it properly so that it does not provide negative experiences for our dogs it can be used in small amounts to prevent the dog from smelling we need to mix it into their usual shampoo to do so otherwise it will be too pungent we should not apply the solution to the head area and rinsing well is vital you can use vinegar to prevent other dogs from urinating on the front of your house something which can be effective but won't cause the dog any direct harm.

3.alcohol in all forms:

dogs cannot tolerate antiseptic alcohol so applying it to their skin is strongly discouraged in case of injury it's best to clean it with water and go to the vet on the other hand alcoholic beverages are generally unpleasant for them especially those with a higher alcohol content nail polish dogs hate the smell being made up of such a high number of chemical compounds their fragrance causes sneezing and itching in their nose in addition nail polish remover solutions also give off a very unpleasant smell to them acetone is one that seems to bother them the most therefore we recommend using nail polish remover without acetone and applying all these products away from dogs.

4.cleaning products:

dogs hit the smell of almost any cleaning product both chlorine and ammonia are products that give off strong odors and are highly harmful to them inhaling them directly can irritate the respiratory tract and esophagus ammonia produces an aroma very similar to that given off in urine they may relate it to the presence of another animal in the home and remain in a state of alert we recommend cleaning the home while another member of the family takes a dog for a walk this will avoid turning this task into an unpleasant experience for your pet.

5.Chile:

whether in flakes a sauce or whole fruit chili peppers owe their heat to a series of natural chemical compounds called capsaicinoids this composition produces a very unpleasant odor for dogs smelling this food directly can cause irritation to the respiratory tract an itchy nose and constant sneezing we must never give them chili here we share this article in which we talk about other harmful foods for dogs.

6.Mothballs: 

naphthalene is often used as a pesticide because of its toxicity to insects the ingestion of a single ball can seriously damage a dog's liver and central nervous system leading to vomiting diarrhea and seizures consuming more than one can lead to death therefore it's essentially to keep your dog away from this product.

7.perfumes:

dogs hate the smell of perfumes because they are made with countless chemical compounds while we love to add a different scent to our skin dogs often do not like it this is because it acts as a substitute for our natural body odor remember the don't recognize us by our smell masking it with a different one can cause difficulty when identifying u we should also avoid perfume for dogs i they're made by reputable producers they shouldn't be harmful and they can be used in moderation however some guardians can use them too much and there are better ways to reduce their odor.

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