Hunters: Be Ready BEFORE our Dogs Get Skunked
You’ve spent a lot of time and money on your dogs. They’re as much a part of your family as the kids are (well, almost). With hunting season fast approaching, you know your dogs are as eager to get there on the trail as you are.
We don’t need to tell you that things happen quickly while you’re out in the woods, and it pays to be prepared. If you take any dog and put him out in the field, there’s a chance he’s eventually going to run afoul of a skunk. Hunting dogs tend to be even less cautious about skunks and other rodents than typical pet dogs. Hunt with dogs long enough, and you’re just about guaranteed to have one or two of them get skunked at some point.
If you’ve ever dealt with a dog sprayed by a skunk, you know that it’s no fun. The dog doesn’t understand what just happened, she’s upset, she smells horrible, and there really isn’t much you can do about it in the field. Until now.
Take some of Biocide Systems’ Doggi Cleen Skunk Spray out into the field with you. It’s easy to apply to a dog sprayed by a skunk, and it’s the most effective product on the market when you need to remove skunk odor from dog.
Skunk musk (like most substances which produce foul odors) is an organic substance. Doggi Cleen uses chlorine dioxide to bond with the organic molecules which cause and carry odor. It is perfectly safe for you and your dog, and it’s environmentally friendly, so you can feel good about using it.
The best way to get rid of skunk odor when your dog is sprayed by a skunk is to be ready for it before it happens. The best way to do that is to have several applications on hand at any given time…especially when you’re planning to be out in the field.