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Name: Mr. D.
Status: Educator
Age: 40s
Date: 12/10/2002


Question:
We need a knowledgeable person. My daughter says a typical dog can smell 80 to 400 times better than a human. I say it is about 27 times (think I read it somewhere but am not sure). Do you have any idea what the number is?



Replies:
Sorry... I don't know either.

Phillip Raclyn, DVM



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