What to use to de skunk your best friend(Dog)

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10/6/2017 10:41 PM

I have been using this Nature miracle brand skunk remover for years but just learned at my mid night trip to walmart they no longer carry it and a local cop is so drunk he couldn't get in the car beside his cop car. I threw my beer can at him.


Any one have any tips on home remedy's? Sam and myself are expected to work cattle tomorrow but his ass is to raunchy for me to tolerate. He got sprayed about 3 hours ago and it still makes my eyes burn getting close to him. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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10/6/2017 10:43 PM

He is a Australian Shepard tPhoto

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10/7/2017 2:27 AM

I don’t have any suggestions to remove the skunk odor, but please tell me more about the drunk cop that was too drunk to get in his car. Lmao!

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10/7/2017 2:49 AM

Barbasol shaving cream, backing soda and vinegar .

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10/7/2017 5:03 AM

Dawn dish soap, baking soda, and mouthwash.

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10/7/2017 7:27 AM

Old school is tomato juice.

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My wife calls you guys the Yahoos.

10/7/2017 7:35 AM

MXant15 wrote:

I don’t have any suggestions to remove the skunk odor, but please tell me more about the drunk cop that was too drunk to get in his car. Lmao!

And what about him throwing his own beer can at the cop? Was he drinking with the cop?

Can't just slip that in your dog story and not elaborate on the subject.

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

10/7/2017 7:57 AM

Poor Sam

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10/7/2017 9:08 AM

Dawn dish soap hydrogen peroxide and water. Works wonder

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10/7/2017 9:19 AM

Thanks for the info guys, I have his odor down to tolerable. I used a mix of about everything above. This was by far the worst case of dog found a skunk I have experienced, It was enough I lost my breakfast and I haven't thru up in years. In the past, I would use a skunk off product and it worked great. I made a order for some to have on hand since I couldn't find it locally anymore. We had a few hour drive this morning and a few hours back this evening, It was worth not sleeping to not have my truck stinking for weeks. I don't let him ride in the back at highway speeds just in case was to have to stomp the brake.

About the cop, not so sure. He had his back to his car and was facing a red car clicking his button. His car kept lighting up, other wise I wouldn't have taken a second look. He was in full uniform, hand gun and all. I pulled over to him and stopped as I was passing, he didn't even acknowledge it. Was in a straight piped 5.9, he heard me. If he wasn't school girl drunk, he was pilled up or something. Or may have even taken a sleeping pill early and ran to walmart for something, who cares tho. He shouldn't have been behind the wheel, hopefully he made it home without hurting or killing anyone. Super Trooper!

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10/7/2017 9:55 AM

JPT wrote:

Old school is tomato juice.

We tried that several times, wound up with a red dog that smelled like a skunk

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10/7/2017 10:17 AM

A guy I used to work with only spaghetti sauce at home and tried it on his Scottish terrier , he said there was so many chuncks of onion and tomato stuck in the dogs furr it was horrible to get out . I almost pissed myself laughing at him.

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10/7/2017 10:38 AM

Idaho747 wrote:

Dawn dish soap hydrogen peroxide and water. Works wonder

Good advice. http://m.humanesociety.org/animals/dogs/tips/de-skunking_dog.html

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10/8/2017 9:26 PM

JPT wrote:

Old school is tomato juice.

Doesn't work. At all.

Dawn dish soap and hydrogen peroxide is best.

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