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The reason your wet dog smells like a weird rag

Written by: Jared Smith

December 20, 2015

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Turns out that there are smelly microorganisms, like yeast or bacteria, in your dog’s fur that get displaced to the surface the dog’s coat when they come in contact with water. Who knew? Well scientists, I guess. But now us too!

Watch the whole video to learn about your dog’s olfactory system and why you should always pick up your dog’s poop (besides the fact that it’s the neighborly thing to do.)

Written by: Jared Smith

December 20, 2015

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