Why Do My Dog's Feet Smell Like Corn Chips? | Ultimate Pet Vet

  • Why Do My Dog's Feet Smell Like Corn Chips? | Ultimate Pet Vet

    Have you ever wondered why your dog's feet sometimes smell like corn chips? Or why your dog's poop sometimes smell so bad? You are not alone!

    Dr. Gary Richter answers some of the internet's most pressing dog questions.

    The odor on your pet’s paws is typically nothing to worry about. Bacteria and fungi live on the skin and, when in balance, is healthy and normal. The “Fritos feet” phenomenon is from a bacteria called Pseudomonas and Proteus, which give off a yeasty odor that can smell like corn chips!

    Along with these factors, pets sweat through their paws. Yes, that’s right. You can imagine how you smell when you forget your deodorant, right? The odiferous smell is nothing more than sweaty paws!

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