Join Date: Apr 2002
Sportbike: 1984 GPz1100
Years Riding: Since 1985 and counting
How you found us: Came over from CF when CLSB broke off
Mine too, a few months ago!
When my dog got it, I searched the hunting Web boards and found this recipe. Many of them, and my vet I later found out, swear by it. We used it and it worked very well. It took two baths about three days apart to get it all washed out, but it worked. A lot depends on the dog's fur and how well the dog got hit.
1 quart of 3% hydrogen peroxide
1/4 cup baking soda
1 teaspoon detergent (One hunter swore that Murphy's Oil Soap was the best, and that's what I used. But any good detergent works.)
After mixing the ingredients, wash the areas that have been sprayed, taking care to avoid the pet's eyes, ears, and mouth. To finish, simply rinse your pet with water.
Tomato juice works to neutralize the effects of the skunk odor, but it's not as effective as the above-mentioned remedy.
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