How to deodorize a dog -hit by a skunk

There is nothing more smelly than a dog hit by a skunk’s musk spray. You need the freshest skunk spray, so for your nose and to make the deodorization process easier, please apply it to the newly sprayed dog as soon as possible.

First, check his body to see if there are any smelly sprays in his eyes or mouth. This is very dangerous. If so, they should be examined by a veterinarian.

Mix peroxide, baking soda and dish soap. When peroxide and baking soda are mixed, the mixture may foam or foam a little. This effervescence helps reduce the odor and grease in skunk oil. Immediately foam this mixture onto the dog’s fur, taking care to avoid the eyes, nose, ears, and mouth areas.

Never let the dog lick itself.

Carefully rinse off the peroxide solution on the dog’s skin thoroughly to ensure that it does not remain on his skin and cause irritation. If he still smells bad, please do it again. Until the smell disappears.

Finally, wash the dog with ordinary shampoo.

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