My dog has been sprayed twice now and nothing has worked for her breath. But the peroxide and baking soda works good for the fur.
I have four dogs, we live in Kodiak alaska. It's a US Coast Guard post and a major fishing town. We take our dogs to the beach to run sometimes. Sometimes ther is approx. thousands of dead salmon that wash to shore. It's a natural occurance. Okay- Here is the only way I was able to get the most vile stench of dead fish times a thousand. DOUCHE. You bathe then best you can then open bottle of summers eve or whatever and rub it into the fur all over and make sure it stays on them for 5 minutes and it works. Much cleaner than getting tomatoe juice all over the bathroom.
I know i looked strange to the cashier when I bought 10 double boxes of douche but it was worth it because it was the only THING TO WORK,
Use garlic....sprinkle on the food once a day..makes their breath smell sweet..why, i don't know.Stop after breath is good again.Someone just got a patent to sell this remedy in a mix.
Oxyfresh Pet Oral Hygiene Solution! You just ad it to their drinking water! It is doggy mouthwash developed from their people mouthwash. And it will help keep tartar and plaque off their teeth and clean of the tartar and plaque they do have.
I lived on a farm, and we always kept tomato juice around to wash dogs that tangled with skunks. It works, and they tend to lick it off. See if he will drink some tomato juice. It works for me. ARDIS
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