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When Brandy (RIP) would "snoodle" in something stinky (start at the nose and rub to the ear), I would put her in the kitchen chair and use a wet towel with doggie shampoo and scrub and rince until it was gone. However, when it came to turkey poo it seemed like no matter how much I washed, the smell would still linger for a few hours after. Several times, I was tempted to spray her with Febreeze. I didn't though, but, boy, I was tempted.
"All I need on my journey is a wooded path, a dog by my side to guide me home and a bench to sit upon when I get tired" Wayne: 10-2012 http://www.waynesdoghouse.com