Obviously, some individual dogs smell more than others and odor is affected by health, cleanliness, environment, diet etc. however... some breeds just seem to smell more strongly than others. Which do and which don't, in your experience? Both of our mastiffs had a very strong, musky dog odor no matter what. One was in tact, one neutered so it doesn't seem to have made much of a difference. Our Dane smelled way less than the mastiffs but more than the Collies, GSD and the sheltie that we have now. I have been around weimeraners and a few terriers that didn't seem to smell much at all. I think the strongest smelling dogs I've met have been newfies and cockers spaniels and assume that is because of the oily, water resistant coat. All that said - puppies smell wonderful!