Why is Pug body odor? Only by knowing how to prescribe the right medicine can you say goodbye to body odor easily.
Pug is considerate and cute, loves cleanliness, and is widely loved by his pet owners. But Pug, who loves cleanliness, has a heavy body odor, so where does Pug’s body odor come from? Let’s take a look at the causes of body odor in some parts of Pug, and then prescribe the right medicine!
Pago doesn’t walk in shoes like humans, and his paws often step on some dirty things. Moreover, Pug’s sweat glands are distributed on the paws and tongue, and the sweat discharged is accumulated on the paws. Pug usually doesn’t clean his paws much. It will cause a smelly paw.
After the owner takes Pug out, he must clean his paws when he goes home, and trim the hair on his paws regularly to reduce a certain odor, but also to prevent Pago’s paws from sticking to dirt, breeding bacteria, and causing paw inflammation. .
Pago’s ear canal is rich in ear hairs. If the pet owner neglects to clean it up, it is easy to accumulate dirt. In severe cases, ear mites will be produced and give off an unpleasant odor.
The owner should clean Pago’s ears regularly to avoid ear mites. When cleaning the earwax, you can use a cotton swab with a special cleaning fluid to clean the ears.
The folds of the pug’s face make it look cute and dull, but these folds are the cause of the smell of its face. These folds are easy to hide dirt and breed bacteria.
Every time the owner washes his face, he must not forget to clean the wrinkles. Use a damp towel to clean it up. If you insist on cleaning it every day, your face will not emit an unpleasant odor.
Give Pago a soft food or fail to clean it in time after eating, and food residues left on the teeth will cause bad breath and easily cause Pago’s oral disease.
It is best to help Pago brush his teeth 1-2 times a week to clean his mouth, which can prevent Pago’s periodontal disease from occurring. At the same time, he can choose some chicken jerky snacks for him to eat, grinding teeth and removing bad breath.
Due to Pug’s own problems, he cannot exercise too much, his leg muscles are not strong enough, and he cannot discharge excess anal gland fluid by itself. If it accumulates, it will cause an unpleasant odor around the buttocks.
The pet mainly squeezes the anal glands for Pug regularly and finds the anal glands. At 4 o’clock and 8 o’clock, use small to large, and then use large to small force to squeeze. You will see anal gland fluid flowing out. Pay attention to observation. If the anal gland fluid of the pug is pus-like and bloodshot, it is recommended to take the pug to the hospital for an examination. It may be that the anal gland is inflamed.
At the same time, don’t give Pug a too greasy food. Feed the dog food that contains high dietary fiber and is well absorbed to avoid Pug’s indigestion, accumulation of anal gland fluid, and cause smelly around the buttocks.