I dislike certain animalic scents, and like others. I'd have to say i dislike the dirtiness/fecal odors and thick/warm/greasy texture of some animal notes, like in Kouros and Orange Spice.
And animalic scents vary so much in smell and texture, they're not all hot/warm/wet/greasy, so we can't really say body odor or any other particular smell....they all smell different.
But I tend to agree with animalic notes when they are texturally "dry". For instance I like the gritty castoreum notes in Cruel Intentions, Grain De Plasir, and Royal Scottish Lavender. Or I like them when they are smooth, thick, and "clean", like the animalic note used in one of the top 3 sandalwoods ever, Creed's Bois De Santal. Or smooth/waxy/sweet, like the real Ambergris used in another top-3 sandalwood, Maitre's vintage Santal Noble.
It just matters on the use and quality I guess. And it doesn't need to be animalic to have that "dirty/fecal" turnoff effect. I hate the unsanitary aspect of many Jasmines. I was enamored with Eau Sauvage for the first 15 minutes I smelled it. I thaught I had found a superior version of Neroli Sauvage, a true classic.....then the "used baby wipe" fecality came in and ruined it.