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#5884377 - 08/18/15 12:59 PM Yogurt for stinky dogs.
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Thought I might pass this along to everyone. I have a large breed male mastiff, and he would get pretty smelly just a few days after a bath. He lives inside primarily. We are feeding him raw, and my wife commented to our neighbor (a vet) about the smell. She said to feed him a couple of table spoons every day of plain unflavored yogurt with his dinner. In 3 days, his musty smell was completely gone.

Apparently the bacteria in the yogurt helped his digestive track and really made a huge difference.
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#5885295 - 08/18/15 09:54 PM Re: Yogurt for stinky dogs. [Re: Chunky Dunk]
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Wow, gonna give this a try.
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#5885448 - 08/19/15 06:14 AM Re: Yogurt for stinky dogs. [Re: Chunky Dunk]
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I know a few people who may want to try this as well bolt
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#5885585 - 08/19/15 08:14 AM Re: Yogurt for stinky dogs. [Re: Chunky Dunk]
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Yep, yogurt and raw eggs do wonders for a dogs coat and skin. Both are included in my dogs meals daily.

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#5885710 - 08/19/15 09:40 AM Re: Yogurt for stinky dogs. [Re: Chunky Dunk]
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My two get yogurt once a day...we don't battle ear problems and I am convinced it's because of the yogurt.
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#5885810 - 08/19/15 10:54 AM Re: Yogurt for stinky dogs. [Re: Chunky Dunk]
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I have also heard that a spoonful or two of canned pumpkin is really good for coats and skin. Personally have never done it, but an old gal I used to date swore by it on her two labs
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#5887346 - 08/20/15 10:12 AM Re: Yogurt for stinky dogs. [Re: Baylor_Bears]
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Originally Posted By: Baylor_Bears
I have also heard that a spoonful or two of canned pumpkin is really good for coats and skin. Personally have never done it, but an old gal I used to date swore by it on her two labs


Real pumpkin in a can is also very good for dogs(and people) who have upset stomachs.
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#5887615 - 08/20/15 01:01 PM Re: Yogurt for stinky dogs. [Re: Chunky Dunk]
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coconut oil works the same

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#5887659 - 08/20/15 01:18 PM Re: Yogurt for stinky dogs. [Re: Chunky Dunk]
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Originally Posted By: Chunky Dunk
Originally Posted By: Baylor_Bears
I have also heard that a spoonful or two of canned pumpkin is really good for coats and skin. Personally have never done it, but an old gal I used to date swore by it on her two labs


Real pumpkin in a can is also very good for dogs(and people) who have upset stomachs.


^^^^ this....ours gets raw pumpkin if they get an upset stomach....now that I think about it they like it so much that might be why they eat grass grin
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