Would you ever buy perfume for your dog to make them smell better?
I would buy dog shampoo to take care of the problem. But, Never perfume.
I wouldn't buy any kind of "perfume" because dog smell isn't really something you can cover up and in the end the combination of perfume and dog smell would end up smelling even worse. However, they do make "deodorizing" sprays for dogs which are more like a waterless shampoo. You spray it on, rub it in really good and it helps get rid of any bad odor and they don't really leave behind any scent of their own like a perfume would. I've used one I bought at Walmart a long time ago (I can't remember the name of it though) and it worked great.
Dogs noses are very sensitive and perfume of any kind would just be cruel. If you have a dog that smells really bad it could be a thyroid problem so see the vet first. You can bathe them on occasion and brush them frequently and it will help.
I shall never buy any shampoo for dog rather than I would prefer to buy any Dog shampoo to avoid the smell.
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