Proven Tips for Managing Your Pet’s Odor

Proven Tips for Managing Your Pet’s Odor


So, you just walked into your home, and a puff of pet-odor whacked into your nostrils as your doggie jumped to greet you. Yuck! That’s a terrible feeling.

 

We all (pet-lovers) have been there! Pets are to remain with us forever. But, the same doesn’t go for odor. It has to go. Don’t know how? No worries. We are here to tell you some proven ways for managing your pet’s odor. Before we kick the bad smell out, you need to know what causes your pet to stink in the first place. If that seems something worth digging into, read on.
What causes bad pet odor?
Normally pets smell because of their natural scents secreting from their oily coats, ear glands, anus, and feet soles. This scent secretion is all-natural, and you can’t stop it. All you can do is manage the pet odor. A pet’s skin is the main odor headquarters (where all bad scents are produced). The top reasons for smelly dog coats are sweat, bacteria, fungus, infections, and skin irritations. Therefore, you immediately have to deal with the source of the smell.
Importance of Taking Care of Your Pet's Coat and Skin
Pet’s benefit from their grooming sessions A LOT. And a major part of their grooming session is based on one thing - their gosh darn coat and underlying skin! Brush their furry coat, check for any yeast or fungal infection and bathe them frequently. These simple cleaning habits will not only get your pet (and you) rid of the unbearable smell but will contribute to maintaining a healthy pet. Hence, you and your fluffy may enjoy more time together. When your pet smells sweet everything around feels great. But, there’s one more thing you need to pay heed to - your home and furnishings! Mostly, apartments where pets live develop pet odor as well. Sniff your recliner, your bed, your curtains, or anything your pet stays in contact with, and you’ll get to know all is not cool yet. Below are some easy-peasy tips you can try around your home to make it odor-free:
Keep Routine Cleaning as Your Top Priority
Cleaning things up often will keep the pet odor at bay. Vacuum everything. If the covers of the couches and bed are removable, take them off. Toss them into the washing machine for a quick wash with our laundry booster additive.
Deodorize Between Grooming Days
We know you’re busy and can’t always bathe your pet or send them to the groomers. So the next time your pal is a little stinky and isn’t quite ready for a routine wash, spray our natural Probiotic Deodorizer to eliminate bad odor on contact. The probiotics in this miracle spray also helps moisturize your pet’s skin to help prevent dryness, itchiness, excessive shedding and more. Go for pet-safe products. Always!
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Improve Ventilation 
Give fresh air more chances to circulate through your home. Open the windows and doors. A generous airflow will reduce the odor level. Don’t be afraid to spray a deodorizer in your home to help eliminate odors. Just ensure you are using pet-safe products that don’t contain harmful chemicals and instead contain natural ingredients, like this one!
Probiotic Shampoo + Conditioner
Bathe your pet with a gentle shampoo and conditioner that doesn't leave your pet smelling like a wet funky creature. Instead, leave a nice fragrance behind. 
See, managing your pet odors is a no-brainer. You can handle bad scents without trying much harder. So, get up, clean everything, deodorize your pup-star with natural supplies. Inhale... Smells good? Great!
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Written by

Skouts Services

Published on

16 Sep 2021