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Old Mar 18, 2012, 10:47 AM   #7
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Poor puppy-dog! I feel for both of you (I'm sure the dog is NOT happy). Does this mean that the folk remedy of washing the dog in tomato juice doesn't work? Luckily I've never had to use it, so I'm wondering.
Actually it does work quite well - it just adds another odor to the mix, and a slight pink tinge to the coat!

Thankfully, this wasn't a full shot, and it is dissipating quite rapidly, in spite of the dampness from rainy weather - the rain did wash down the yard rather thoroughly and the outdoor smell is totally gone, and the house aired out - just a faint smell left where the dog sleeps, and a faint aura around her. Glade Odor Neutralizer works well indoors, too.
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