Bad Smells

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  1. ~Tucker&Me~

    ~Tucker&Me~ and Spy.

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    How do you guys get rid of strong smells on your dog?
    Tucker ate a rotting fish and even after a bath he reeks!
    Any suggestions?

    ~Tucker
     
  2. MK&C

    MK&C Faint

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    Maybe brush his teeth? (with dog toothpaste and toothbrush, of course)
     
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    ~Tucker&Me~ and Spy.

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    LOL.
    It's gone now, but thanks for the suggestion.

    ~Tucker
     
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    MK&C Faint

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    Lol.
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    Happy Tails Grooming Dog Grooming Expert

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    Probably still fish oil on the dog. Try a second bathing with soap rinse, instead of full shampoo, and dry quickly.
     
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    dogsbestfriend Talk to the Paw!

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    I've read that rubbing vinegar on a dog's fur helps to remove really bad odors (even skunk odor).
     

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