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Well banshee got snuked lastnight

Discussion in 'The Lounge - Off Topic' started by Mitzs, Apr 18, 2007.

  1. Mitzs
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    or should I say this morning. Let her out about 1 this morning. She went to barking which she never does so we went out and called her to us. Joe made the mistake of asking what it was and off she goes down into the driveway again. I called her back up to me and smelt something strange bent down to smell her and wham! Almost freaking knocked me out. :eek:
     
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    Good luck. :blink

    Getting that smell out of your dog is gonna be tough. Glad I'm up wind of you. :biggrin
     
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    Time for that tomato soup bath
    of is that just an old wifes tale? lol
     
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    What's snuked? :blink

    Is it skunk?

    We've got loads of that over here.

    Can't say that I approve though. :biggrin

    J.
     
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    Yes, but know of stories where it didn't work. So right now we are working with a bottle of dawn baking soda, perxoide, and a half gallon of water. It could have been worse she didn't get hit with alot of it but it did hit her on top of the dam head. She must have had her head down when it sprayed. Just doses her with half vinegar and water. Now joe has in her the tub rinsing her off and hitting her with dawn stuff again. It is going to be a long night.
     
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    Don't make me put you in the kennel with banshee! :dry :biggrin
     
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    not gonna say nothing about no Mitzsisms... :tune
     
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    Ok, you get in the dam kennel to you flea bitten pratice exam writer you! :dry
     
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    Well, some of my dogs have a habit to get there parfume in the woods. There are lots of people jogging there and when nature calls... You know what I mean. I heard in nature predators do this to cover up there smell. I think one of my dogs will come home with a runner in its mouth soon.
    One day one of them found a dead fish. Smells great! In their nose that is....
    In summer this is not a bit problem, we put the hose on them, but in winter i can not do that. So we installed a special wet room for the dogs with their own shower and washing machine.
    I have three Irish Wolfhounds, about 90 cm high and some 80 kilos. Rough coat. Take about 1.5 hours for one dog.
    And you'll be as wet as the dogs.
     
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    It'll be well worth it. :twisted:
     
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    Well what we did worked with banshee thank you god! After her bath I took her for a walk could still smell it on her head, so we gave her a vinegar and water sponge bath, left it on for a while then took her back in the tub and scrub her back down again with dawn. And she is now her pretty self again. :)
     
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    Dogs are lots of fun. You never have a dull day.
    Today my puppy (4 months bitch, 60 cm allready) discovered that hunting deer is fun. Luckily she stopped after 50 meters.
    Here in the Netherlands letting your dog run free is forbidden. Well, the police will close an eye for us because they know our dogs do not hunt and Janny (my wife) helps the police in the dry season spotting forestfires.
     
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    That is a lot of work!
     
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    Yep - we have to the same deal in Perth.

    If your dog pulls down a Kangaroo or someother wildlife and a ranger is around you'll lose the dog.....

    We have a clown that runs his three Alsations loose in the local park with kids around. The park is only 300 metres square and there are loads of kids on bikes and running, small dogs on leads, and wild ducks in the central pond.

    A neighbour followed the clown home the other day and had a shouting match with him over his actions....

    Basically some people dont give a rats behind for any one else....:x :x
     
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    Well, my dogs don't hunt for the kill, they just play.
    My Cian (the one on my avatar) once chaesed away the cat which was playing with a small bird that fell from the nest. He protected the small creature with his paws and kept it warm with his breath. In the meanwhile he gave us stress signals to come and look. We placed the bird back in the nest. No harm done.
    On an other occasion there was this small girl (about the same height as Cian) who took the dog "for a walk" without us knowing. She had put on his leash and took him to a nearby field. Now Cian had some dog friends and normally when he saw one of those we adults would have a hard time to stay upright.
    You guest it, during his stroll with this girl he met a 'friend'. He spotted him, started wagging his tail, looked at the girl and.... sat down. His 'friend' came closer and as if he wanted to say "sorry pal, can't play today. I'm taking this dwarf for a walk" he remained sitting down. We heard the story later from the owner of the 'friend'.

    These are no exceptional stories, I could give you at least twenty like these.
     
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