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How to remove particular body odour in puppies?

Have a serious problem of body odour with my 5 month old Neo Mastiff. I bathe him twice a week as its summer but still he seems 2 have that particular odour. I tried keeping him in ac room but still its d same. Kindly suggest
By ganesh marke · 04 Apr 2011 3:07 pm


By xceww · 05 Apr 2011 12:23 pm
Happens with Neos due to the skin folds.1. You are bathing him too often. 2. Try Himalaya Erina shampoo meant for skin problems 3. Rush to Vet if that doesnt help. 4. Don't habituate him to A/c.
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By ganesh marke · 05 Apr 2011 12:25 pm
ok will do so. what shud b d bathing schedule 4 mastiff. 1ce in a week?
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By xceww · 06 Apr 2011 11:27 am
Bathing should be 1. On a need basis i.e if he has dirtied himself playing on the beach etc. 2. In general twice a month or even less frequently. 3. Incase of any special needs like skin allergy, foul smell a medicated bath in consultation with your vet.

Check with your vet if he has a medical condition, could also be due to Mumbai climate..to which many breeds can't adapt.
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By ganesh marke · 06 Apr 2011 2:42 pm
hey i took him 2 d vet yesterday. he said its some kind of allergy. he gave him antiallergy shots but im still concerned as he has got new boils on his coat(back). also he gave some ointment spectrazol. lets c what happens. i bathe him 1 ce a week but since its summer i use 2 bathe him 2ce a week. will cut down d bathing 4m now. thanks
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