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Mange causes odor in dogs

I've probably read every article on the net about why dogs have bad odors and no one, not even professionals, have mentioned mange. So, my question is, Why haven't they mentioned it? My dog had demadectic mange, a very serious infestation, and it caused a VERY strong odor. Once the mange was controlled, the smell went away. Dog owners need to know this.

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You are correct. Unfortunately, it is not something vets feel is important enough to educate pet owners about. I'm glad to hear your dog is doing better.

I'm the type of girl who will burst out laughing in dead silence because of something that happened yesterday.

yes, i think they still dont know..

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Mange odor smells gross. Dogs with mange have foul odor similar to that of a strong cheese or like athlete's foot. Eew.

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