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Skunk odor on a dog
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midway    Posted 10-31-2004 at 16:35:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hope I get this right !!!!!! Skunk hit my daughter's 50lb. dog. She used "Massengill X-tra Strength Douche" NOT SCENTED!!(pre made) Says any brand as long as its X-tra strength and not scented. She used 4 bottles. Pour on dog, rub it in, rinse off with water, then use 1 bottle and rub in, then let dog dry. (She used a hair dryer) Claims it did a good job. (Says each bottle was about 16ozs.)


Debbie Ann    Posted 11-01-2004 at 09:27:12       [Reply]  [No Email]
Nothing worst then that smell. Here is another remedy that is suppose to work too.
Skunk Smell Remover
1 quart 3% Hydrogen Peroxide
1/4 cup Baking Soda
2 tbsp Dish Detergent. The stuff for washing dishes in the sink, not something for dishwashers.

Mix the ingredients in a large bowl, because it will boil up like Vesuvius. We are, after all, making an oxygen generator. Wash the dog with this while it is still foaming, because it is the oxygen which reacts with the thiols in the skunk stink to neutralize the odor. If it sits around, it will loose it's efficacy because the oxygen boils off. Don't try to store it in an airtight container, because it will blow up. The brew also works for clothes, humans and unlucky cats.


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