“Dogs come when they’re called; cats take a message and get back to you later.” Mary Bly It's really true that dogs are your “best friend.” However, when the dog gets into a skunk or other smelly stuff, it's time for a bath! There's a secret to removing strong smells. Pre-wash your pet with full-strength tomato juice before you wash with shampoo. Then use a special rinse of a few tablespoons of ammonia mixed with a gallon of warm water. Be sure to keep this rinse away from the dog's eyes. Use plain warm water for a final rinse. In a short time your pooch will be back to his or her tricks, smelling sweet, instead of sour. If you can use this tip, I'm glad for you, and for your pet. My job as a RE/MAX Sales Associate is to help remove the unpleasant parts of shopping, financing and handling details when you make a real estate move. To show you how easy I’ve made it, please visit my website and see how you can search for your dream home and get information without hassles! If you are a cat lover, I think you’ll find that “It’s the cat’s meow.”
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