20 Breeds that can stink up the place
last updated 18th, Aug 2015,
Dogs aren't really a bunch of roses and definitely not smell pretty especially when they get dirty playing in the sun. However, there are certain breeds that are prone to foul dog smell than others. There are about 20 dog breeds that can stink up the place like crazy and can drive away your guests too!
Due to their short stature, Basset Hounds are prone to flatulence and skin problems which makes them stinky.
The skin of cocker spaniels is oily that secretes oils which is not clean regularly can cause a foul smell
The ears of a Beagle are prone to fungal infections which results in a foul smell
These little delicate beings are prone to fungal infections in their skin which can be quite smelly if not cared for regularly
Yorkies look adorable but when not groomed, their oily skin can be a pain in the nose
Chiuahuas are prone to flatulence due to their hgh metabolism rate
Pekingnese are delicate and blessed with a oily coat whch requires regular grooming to avoid the onset of fungal infections.
The gentle giant is one smelly dog. The excessive drooling and oily coat make them smelly and dirty real quick
Also called the King of Flatulence, English Bulldogs have Brachycephalic skulls which can make digestion a problem.
Flatulence, oily coat, smelly ears and drooling - all the factors that contribute to foul smell in blood hounds
Drooling, skin folds and being prone to fungal infections, Boxers can be smelly doggies too
Chinese Shar Pei
It is curious how a Shar Pei can actually smell like fish sauce. The folds on their skin make them prone to fungal infections
The lack of fur and the presence of a very oily skin makes these poised dogs smelly ones too.
Another breed that is prone to smelly skin and flatulence
Maltipoo can be smelly if not groomed regularly. Their oily skin and high metabolism can be a deadly combination
Lhasa Apso require high levels of grooming to keep them smelling clean and keep away fungal infections
Setters are known to be smelly dogs due to their high metabolism rates and their thick dense coats
Their oily coat and drooling makes them smelly in a very short period after baths
Mastiffs are smelly as their skin is prone to fungal infections. The constant drooling adds to the smell
Cavalier King Charles Spaniels
Poised and cute yet extremely smelly due to their weak stomachs and flatulence caused hereby.