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Topic: OT: Dog Met Pepe LaPu (6 msgs / 123 lines)
1) From: Barbara Williams
Had a big day planned to get ready to fly to San Antonio to watch Drum 
Corp competition.   Let my dogs out - still dark - and my Golden came 
back in the house shortly there after smelling like a skunk.  My nose 
was immediately saturated.  So much that I really had to give the dog 
another sniff to verify the odorous meeting.   luckily my other dog 
didn't get sprayed. 
Having done this before I mixed a batch of peroxide, baking soda, and 
Dawn to clean the dog.  I applied the mix and let it soak in for a few 
minutes and rinsed it off.  Works pretty well.  The dog likes water so 
the bath wasn't too ugly to apply.
So, back to the original plan which did include roasting a couple of 
batches of Guatemala Finca La Florencia 100% Bourbon in the IR2. to C+.
Have a great day.
Larry
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2) From: K W Matley
Love the peroxide, baking soda and dish detergent mix! Had the chance 
to practice with it 6 times last fall.
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3) From: Jim Gundlach
The dogs went wild barking this morning at about 3:30.  As soon as I  
woke I noticed the hint of Pepe LaPu and knew the dogs were wanting to  
go out and put Mr. LaPu in his place.  Needless to say I did not let  
them out.  There was not a scent of him by 6:00 so I took the dogs out  
for their morning bathroom break then.
      I've always used tomato juice to knock back the smell.  Anyone  
out there had the bad luck to need to try both approaches and can  
offer an experienced recommendation?
       pecan jim
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4) From: Larry Williams
Hi Jim
I have used tomato juice only once and was not happy with the outcome,  
Peroxide, baking soda, and Dawn dish soap is my choice.  The lady at the 
kennel today said to apply the solution on the dog without wetting 
first.  I wet the dog, but it still works pretty well.  Just have to 
keep it out of the dogs eyes.  Hopefully the dog won't mess with the 
skunk anymore.  Wish full thinking?  My last Golden figured it out after 
3 skunks.  The forth skunk was right at my back door - six feet from me 
and the dog.  I told him to go in the house and he obeyed without 
challenging the skunk.
Larry
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5) From: Jason Brooks
While in High School and College, we had a dog who fancied night prowling
and often encountered skunks.  The first occasion, we used tomato juice,
not having yet learned of the alternative cocktail.  All was well, until a
rain.  Once said dog was wet, we had a wet dog/faint skunk mix.
Second time we used the baking soda mix and never a hint of smell after.
Jason
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6) From: Steven Van Dyke
Our cats are indoor only so I don't need the recipe but my sister's 
previous dog was famous for getting sprayed - usually multiple times 
because she'd act as if she didn't believe they'd done it the first 
time.  I don't know if her current dog has gotten hit yet, but I 
figure it's a good reference item for her.
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