1 liter Hydrogen peroxide and 1/4 cup baking soda mixed in a bowl with liquid dish soap. Mix until it's foaming and apply generously to your dog. Takes about 5 minutes of scrubbing to kick in but it works beautifully. Avoid contact with eyes. This actually changes the chemical composition of the spray into non-odorous compounds. Tomato juice doesn't work, your nose just adjusts to the spray and you start smelling the tomato instead.
Why don't you ask Clay! He should be practice..;))
Tomato juice and if that fails, try a product called Skunk Off. I had a skunk in my bedroom once, and my dog had it cornered. . . it ended all bad. The combo of the 2 worked miralces on my dog, my clothes, my linens, etc.
Kill skunk... Wash dog.
It is the acid in the tomato juice that works, and no it doesn't burn.
Wash with tomato juice, don't know if it works, except from hearing that it did when I was a kid.
Bath her in tomato juice -- it'll take a lot of the strench. The acids from the tomato neutralize the skunk spray.
There are special shampoos that are made for that. Or try washing your dog with dish soap and tomato juice.
wash her in tomato juice
we dont have skunks in australia, why they smell so bad?