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Old July 28th, 2009, 01:08 PM
suzanjane suzanjane is offline
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Originally Posted by bendyfoot View Post
No, there aren't any glands in the head that would emit such a noticeable odor.

Our dog Jaida was often called "Farty McCheese", because generally she smelled cheesy/greasy, most noticeably around her head and ears...

until we changed her diet from kibble to a diet consiting of raw meaty bones and offal. What are you feeding your dog right now?
This is not a cheesy smell; i would say more like very dirty sweat impregnated bed sheets! this smell literally wafts upwards but only intermittently; the body has absolutley no odour

i changed his food from a good quality all fish based to chicken fish egg but it is kibble
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