Out running dogs today, and snap a picture of June on point. It goes down hill from there. She pounces in the bushes, and brings out a skunk. I haven't ran Shine yet, so I drive to a different spot away from the now dead skunk.
Dirt road was a little wetter than I thought. So now my Durango is stuck in the mud. Its going to be a little bit, before someone is there to pull me out. I can sit in the Durango that now smells like skunk, or run Shine. I choose, run Shine.
June has has her 1st bath, (going to need more) and the Durango washed.
June had a good point lol. Getting stuck is bad enough and with the skunk smell yuck. i saw recently a skunk during our creek off leash run, made me order a skunk removing wash, just in case. :-)
I don't think anything gets rid of the smell right away.
I've used a skunk shampoo in the past. It didn't do any better than mixing up dawn dish washing, peroxide, and baking soda.
June's had 2 baths, and still had the slight ode of skunk smell. They normally get sprayed in the face, and you can't use the mixture, or skunk shampoo near the eyes. I just use Johnson's baby wash on her face.
I've washed her travel crate, and have her collar soaking. A good chance the collar will have to be thrown away. I can't find any one still making the white biothane collars, so I'm trying to save it.
Not all those who wander are lost.
Life is just a leap of faith.
Spread your arms and hold your breath and always trust your cape.
Two things define you. Your patience when you have nothing, and your attitude when you have everything.
Oh! I am so very sorry. I was thinking of her. I extend my most sincerest apologies for my mistake. I love Lucy and know that on the heavenly trails neither skunks nor snakes nor porcupines exist! Again, Memory Eternal!