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    Are there any other dog sniffers out there?
    It started as a means of getting my own back, now I’m addicted.  My beautiful little fox terrier has a pleasant biscuity smell.  His friend, also a fox is similar with a hint of ginger.
    Am I alone in appreciating my pets olfactory attributes?
    Is it a criminal offence?

    The Crows Mother.

    #71036

    Well i like the smell of my dog… but i hope you aren’t talking bums here  :canadian: :canadian:

    #71037
    Anonymous
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    HAHA! Always! Every opportunity I get I sniff their heads. They smell like warm hay… absolutely lovely, unless you get a whiff of a schnauzer beard… that’s not pleasant.

    #71038

    Definately no bums, I leave that to the dogs.  Its the head that has the best aroma.  Mouth is not so good, dogbreath does not have its reputation for nothing, especially after dinner.

    #71039
    GSPmad
    Member

    I like feet.  😀 Only Dorain’s, though. And ears. And heads. I thought I was just  :crazy: .

    #71040

    Yey we do  ;D nothing weird at all, just before shes desperate for a bath is best time  ;D

    #71041
    *Nat*
    Member

    Lol I love the smell of Piper  ;D As for dog breath  😮  :nono:  no dog breath in my house  ;D

    #71042

    Yeah i love the smell of Izzy’s head and warm ears  🙂

    #71043
    wags
    Member

    i wouldnt be smelling Oban at this moment in time – hes got that manky dog smell going on  :vomit:

    im off tomorow so its bath time all round

    #71044

    Its nice to know one is not alone in ones vices
    It seems head and ers is the most popular anatomical region for a sniff.  And as several people have observed, one must pick ones moment.  Linux, a fox terrier I frequently dog sit has a talent for finding disgusting things to roll in.  I think his supreme moment wass a dead toad full of live maggots.
    Sniffing did not occur.

    #71045
    kendal
    Member

    yeah i love to smell my two but after a while they do get wiffie and need a qick bath to freshen up.

    i am now enjoying the new puppy smell and puppy breath ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

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