#1 – Basset Hound
Prone to bloat and gassiness, the Basset Hound is also prone to dog odor. Shampooing is an option, but too many baths will dry out their skin.
#2 – Cocker Spaniel
Although this breed (both the American and English varieties) are plagued with several genetic faults, one that isn’t commonly known is their overwhelming dog odor.
#3 – Beagle
Another hound on the list, the Beagle is one who is prone to a particular doggy odor that seems to permeate the entire yard.
#4 – Pug
Although the Pug has a short coat, the folds on their faces need careful cleaning to keep from dirt and infection. These breeds are also prone to extreme gassiness.