Getting out smells and stains

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  1. gatethekeeper

    gatethekeeper New Member

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    Well kieran decided to get sick today while i was at work. And typically if he has an accident in his crate, its big enough so that he can lay on one side and not be in it. But today it seemed rather, um explosive. I have given him two baths so far but he still smells like dog crap. And his white belly is a nice shade of yellow. I typically wouldnt care because i know it will eventually come out with his regular bath's and some good scrubbing, but hes going to a kennel while im on vacation. I know the family the owns it very well, and they keep him in the house with there other dog and well, i dont want my pea stained puppy playing with there daughter. So im on a dead line. Any suggestions.
     
  2. LabBreeder

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    DOGS:

    To keep a white dog's fur clean, sprinkle potato starch and actively rub in, then, brush with a hard bristle brush.
    Finish by pouring a few drops of almond oil into fur.


    I don't know if it will work and I've never used it myself (mine are black and chocolate Labs). I just found it online and thought I'd share.
     
  3. Bailey+Ralph

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    Interesting to know.
    I may have to test it out one day :)
     
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    I don't know honestly, other than bathing him... Hades has never really been stained or anything..
     

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