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Why do dogs paws smell like fritos

Why do dogs paws smell like fritos

Why do dogs paws smell like fritos?

So apparently my house has gotten a scent over the past month that I can only describe as frito smell. I've been walking in and out through the door which is directly under the vents, and as soon as I walk through the door, the frito smell starts. I can still smell it even after I shower, and by smelling it, I mean smelling it off of the back of my neck and smelling it off of my hr. Even the dogs walk up and sniff the r, nose up.

I'm hoping that it's just my house becoming a stinky hole. But it just doesn't smell like that to me. Other homes that I have been to have a similar smell but not to this extent.

I'm guessing that it's something my cats have gotten into that I can't pinpoint. If you look in their litter box, it smells like a combination of litter box and fritos. The fritos scent is stronger because it is in the r and hanging in the area that my house is in.

The only thing I can think of that is a possibility is if it is something from one of my dogs' stools. Unfortunately, I'm not home that much when it's happening, and I don't get to sniff any of their feces, so I don't know if there is a smell.

So apparently my house has gotten a scent over the past month that I can only describe as frito smell. I've been walking in and out through the door which is directly under the vents, and as soon as I walk through the door, the frito smell starts. I can still smell it even after I shower, and by smelling it, I mean smelling it off of the back of my neck and smelling it off of my hr. Even the dogs walk up and sniff the r, nose up.

I'm hoping that it's just my house becoming a stinky hole. But I'm not totally sure what I can do. If there is anything I can try to figure out if I can get rid of it, I'll definitely do that. But if it's not something that I can get rid of, I'm not sure what to do. Maybe it would be better to open up the windows at night for a few hours to get the smell out. But I was told that was a dangerous idea. I've also read about getting your carpet cleaned, but that's also dangerous because I was told they could just put chemicals in the carpet and it will go away, and I'm sure they wouldn't want to do that.

I'm really not sure what else to try. Does anyone have any advice or anything that they know of? Thank you so much for your help.

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If it was me I'd have the windows open and the door opened, and be patient. You might get better at sniffing for whatever the culprit is. Another possibility is to spray it out with an r freshener. If that doesn't work there's usually a store with a smell-removal specialist that knows how to deal with this.

No idea about chemicals but I would also look into other sources of heat and possible moisture problems. And if it's a mold problem, then I'd call in a professional mold remover. You can usually just call a local pest control service to have it checked out. But if you want to go the professional route, then it might cost $50-$200 for the mold specialist to come out and check things out.

I think we live in a little apartment so getting a room cleaned is a bit too costly, if that's what you mean. I'd just wt for a couple of days and see what happens. I'd also try closing the door and seeing if you can catch any odors. But, no guarantees. Good luck!


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