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Old March 23rd, 2009, 08:51 PM   #21
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DIRT! You think I am bullshiting you I am not...take a bunch of black dirt and rub it all over the dog, rub it real good and get it down in the skin and then just bath him as normal. Good old southern trick I learned from an uncle who use to coon hunt and his dogs would get sprayed every now and then...I tried it with my dog when he got sprayed and it worked real good.
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Old March 23rd, 2009, 08:51 PM   #22
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peroxidemix, lestoil, i've had good luck with dawn and fabric softener mix any grease and oil remover. the skunk spray is an oil, if you use anything that doesn't cut it all it is going to do is smear it around and make the dog stink worse. if you put tomato juice on the dog it will smell like a tomato skunk and make a mess.

as for getting it out of the house boiling vinegar works awesome.
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Head and shoulders Original! Our dog got it so bad one time I was ready to kill him and our neighbor told us about it and I could not believe how well it worked the dog will smell like it just stepped out of the shower for about a month but the smell will be gone!
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For the dog:
1 quart 3 percent hydrogen peroxide
1/4 cup baking soda (sodium bicarbonate)
1 teaspoon liquid soap or dish detergent
Mix these together and bathe ("shampoo" in or rub down) the spray victim thoroughly.
Be sure to use this mixture immediately after it is created, as it is unstable.
Rinse with tap water afterward, and repeat if necessary.
For spray in the eyes, flush with water as soon as possible.

For the house:
http://www.naturemakesitwork.com/catalog/wheretobuy.php
This is sold at petsmart and petco

*** The wash for the dog might bleach the dogs fur, but a bleached dog is better than a stinky dog anyday.***
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Old March 23rd, 2009, 09:44 PM   #25
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http://www.naturemakesitwork.com/catalog/wheretobuy.php
This is sold at petsmart and petco]
boil the vinegar, cheaper and works great.
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Old March 24th, 2009, 07:37 AM   #26
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wonder if Simple Green would work?

A quick google shows lots of people have good results with it.

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For the dog:
1 quart 3 percent hydrogen peroxide
1/4 cup baking soda (sodium bicarbonate)
1 teaspoon liquid soap or dish detergent
Mix these together and bathe ("shampoo" in or rub down) the spray victim thoroughly.
Be sure to use this mixture immediately after it is created, as it is unstable.
Rinse with tap water afterward, and repeat if necessary.
For spray in the eyes, flush with water as soon as possible.

For the house:
http://www.naturemakesitwork.com/catalog/wheretobuy.php
This is sold at petsmart and petco

*** The wash for the dog might bleach the dogs fur, but a bleached dog is better than a stinky dog anyday.***
as mentioned before this method works pretty good

The dog still spent the night in the garage

thanks for the help
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Old March 24th, 2009, 07:49 AM   #28
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I'm not taking her anywhere in any car that we own, and so far the house isn't tainted...i don't believe.
Take her down the the road Chevy Chase style.
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A side note.


Sometimes with the super stentch of skunk something called olfactory fatigue occures when exposed for long periods. Keeping the dog in the garage was a good idea.

He/She may not smell as good as you thought last night. If this is the case just was the dog with that stuff again and it should be ok.

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A side note.


Sometimes whith the super stentch of skunk something called olfactory fatigue occures when exposed for long periods. Keeping the dog in the garage was a good idea.

He/She may not smell as good as you thought last night. If this is the case just was the dog with that stuff again and it should be ok.

Happy to have been helpful
i was thinking the same thing, well that and i had tissues stuffed in my nose

I might even give her a bath again tonight to be sure.

It was a very interesting experience to say the least, but my wife was happy that i now have one less set of old clothes!
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i was thinking the same thing, well that and i had tissues stuffed in my nose

I might even give her a bath again tonight to be sure.

It was a very interesting experience to say the least, but my wife was happy that i now have one less set of old clothes!

How do you smell today?
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not bad at all i wore lots of layers of old clothes that could just be tossed, i did however prepare my boss and tell him i might have to work from home today if need be.
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