Dog Vomits After Smelling A Man’s Cheesy Footwear

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Cheesy feet are not just an embarrassment but almost everyone will find the stink discomforting. How does it happen? foot odour and infections happen when the bacteria that live on your skin and in you shoes eat your sweat.

As a result an acid byproduct that smells unpleasant is produced.

Fortunately, there are ways to stop the stink – if you are diligent enough to do some Google-ing of your own. If not, here is one way your cheesy feet affect those around you.

Dog immediately regrets its curiosity to smell another person’s smelly shoe.

A dog in China became the victim of cheesy feet, where it could no longer hold its vomit upon taking a quick whiff of the shoe!

In a video that went viral on Weibo, a group of men were seen in front of a store. Wanting to change a lightbulb, one man took of his shoe and climbed a chair in an effort to make a quick fix.

Taking off his shoes, he proceed to climb a plastic chair and fixed the burnt light bulb.

Curious doggo sniffs around before vomitting.

Not long after, a black and white doggo began sniffing around in the area before arriving at the man’s abandoned shoe.

At this point, the dog quickly ran away from the atrocious smell, before vomitting at the sidewalk, to the horror of those witnessing the event.

Doggo vomits, to the laughter of those watching the event unfold.

One can only wonder just how bad the smell must have been for the poor doggo.

Smelly feet or bromodosis can be treated by improving foot hygiene or by trying out some simple foot treatments. However, prolonged conditions may be a sign of worse things to come.

Foot infections like athlete’s foot can cause cheesy feet. Usually treated with medicated creams, the condition may get worse if:

  • Over-the-counter treatments do not work
  • You have diabetes
  • You have a weakened immune system

So, what can you do about your smelly trotters?

Well, start things off by keeping your feet dry, wear open-toe sandals, practice good hygiene, wipe down your feet with alcohol, use baking soda, exfoliate, wear cotton socks and seeking treatment with your healthcare service provider.

Smelly feet is no joke. If a dog is victimized today, imagine just how many more will be made to bear you smelly feet if you do not seek immediate treatment for it.

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