Saturday, March 23, 2013

Skunk 2, Princess Annie 0

Why do dogs always get sprayed late at night?  That one is easy, skunks are nocturnal.

Why does the freshly skunk-sprayed dog run straight to my bed to roll in?

That's all, back to drying the dog after her hydrogen peroxide and baking soda bath, then changing my bed linens.

10 comments:

Lesley said...

That can never be good! Never smelled a skunk attack, living in the UK but have the general idea.I hope all is sweet smelling now.

Shebafudge said...

Oh dear, doesn't sound fun at all! Hope it didn't take too long to sort out. xx

Vickie said...

Oh no,no,no! Did the bath with the baking soda and hydrogen peroxide work? Is that what you had to use on your bed linens as well?

Margaret said...

Oh yuck! Hope it did the trick.....

Rachel said...

Yuk! I hate it when that happens!!

Parsley said...

I have never had luck removing that horrible smell. Did it work?

Deb said...

Oh no! That is definitely not good. My dog got sprayed last summer but luckily I saw the whole thing happen and he had the forethought to move away fast, so it only got a little bit of him, but I had to spend the next hour washing him down. YUK!

Myra said...

OH no! Poor Annie and poor Mindi too. I hope the baking soda and peroxide worked. I have never heard of that remedy - just tomato juice.

Chris said...

Ugh

Catherine said...

Yikes!