Do dogs like corn?

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If the cob is the dangerous part, can dogs eat corn from a can? The answer is yes, dogs can eat sweet corn.

But they really don't need to.

This incredibly starchy food is difficult to digest and often passes straight through the gut completely intact.

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It's Natural! 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.
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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.
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That's because bacteria, fungi, and other causes of odors are normal and present on pet skin… When it comes to the corn chips smell, it is mostly likely caused by the bacteria Proteus or Pseudomonas. These create a “yeasty” smell. Another cause of the odor is sweat which gets lodged between your pet's paw pads and fur.
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The corn chips smell is usually caused by bacteria that are completely natural yet give off a kind of yeasty odor, particularly the bacteria Proteus or Pseudomonas.

Or that corn chips smell could just be your dog's natural odor.

Sweaty doggie feet could also be an offender: "Dogs sweat through their foot pads.

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The corn chips smell is usually caused by bacteria that are completely natural yet give off a kind of yeasty odor, particularly the bacteria Proteus or Pseudomonas.

The sweat becomes trapped in the coat between the foot pads and can smell bad, but probably worse than corn chips," says Roseann Lahey of petful.com.

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The corn chips smell is usually caused by bacteria that are completely natural yet give off a kind of yeasty odor, particularly the bacteria Proteus or Pseudomonas.

Or that corn chips smell could just be your dog's natural odor.

Just as people's feet sweat, so do canine paws.

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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.
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