Thursday, June 9, 2011

Go ahead, take a wild guess..............

Anyone wonder what I was doing with these items at 5:00 in the morning?
Really, anyone wonder?

10 comments:

Howdy said...

Aaaah Yes... been there done that with an Alaskan Malamute Mix... mixed Tomato sauce (didn't have juice), water and dog shampoo in a 2 quart pitcher (many many times) and poured it on her and worked it in. Her fluffy undercoat was pink for a long time... LOL She didn't do that again!

Susan Freebery said...

MARE!!! You fell off the wagon??? It's always the bloody marys that weaken your resolve. Scheech. Oh, wait. Or was it the dog and the skunk again? oh, no.... how awful.

Gran - Knot-y Embroidery Lady said...

Yup, that is my guess too (Howdy's comment) - except at first glance I thought that you might have had a house full of company, threw an all nighter and you all had one heck of a hang over - just sayin ... I have a feeling that you would have preferred the latter ...

The Calico Cat said...

Did it work? Not that I ever want to know for reals...

SkippyMom said...

Looks as tho' someone got skunked.

Or like Susan said a REALLY BIG bloody mary party with a shampoo wash.

Hope it worked. I shudder to think.

Chris Daly said...
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Chris Daly said...

Yuck! We've done that twice this year. I highly recommend Nature's Miracle Skunk odor remover. We keep a big bottle on hand. Dawn dish soap works wonders getting into the undercoat.

Keep Stitchin' said...

Skunk! We did that with our golden when she was little. It didn't work too great, but it helped. We had to shampoo her numerous times!

How did the tree removal go?

Quilter Kathy said...

You were really thirsty for Ceasars??

QuiltedSimple said...

Your poor dog! We get this stuff from our vet and a farm supply store - skunk off. Works wonders. Expensive as heck but....rub it in and the smell is gone.