How to remove protective film spigen

Why wet dogs stink

Most dogs have their own scent notes. Especially when they are wet, this is one of those smells that people do not necessarily find pleasant.

Where does that typical “wet dog” smell come from?

Many microorganisms live in the fur of the four-legged friend. These produce volatile organic compounds, which we then perceive as a bad smell. The water evaporating from the fur dissolves the odorous substances and takes them into the air. The moist air can also absorb a higher concentration of odor molecules - this is why wet dogs smell all the more intensely.

What options are there to counteract this odor?

As controversial as it may seem, bathing can reduce the number of microorganisms in a dog's fur. As a result, fewer odor formers live in the dog's coat. Too frequent bathing can, however, damage the natural protective film of the dog's skin. For this reason, the dog should be bathed as infrequently as possible but as often as necessary.

Frequent brushing is the most effective way of removing odor-causing microorganisms and the most gentle way of removing the dog's protective coat.

The carpet also smells like a wet dog

Textiles and absorbent surfaces on which the wet dog is lying can be freed of the odor easily and effectively with the right cleaning agents. Microorganisms also help here, which in this case decompose the odor particles. In this way, the problem is tackled directly at the root and permanently eliminated. Depending on your needs, you can use an odorless odor destroyer here, or you can choose one with a subtle fragrance. With our Bio Smell Control product line we offer you both versions in biodegradable quality that is harmless to humans, animals and the environment.