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Thursday, June 3, 2010

The Final Wash Down


Of Dawn dish detergent, hydrogen peroxide and baking soda. I must say that while I used less peroxide than the formula called for, it worked quite well. There were diluted apple cider vinegar wipe downs too. This should be it. Maybe another head-n-face wash tomorrow, but I'm not telling Halley until I must.

We're both relieved that the worst is behind us. For this chapter anyway. Peace.

11 comments:

Divaeva said...

LOL...poor Halley looks less and less thrilled with each shot...much like Bill Murray in Groundhog's Day!

Wendy said...

Oooh ... poor puppy and poor mommy ... so sad looking:(

Well at least she isn't grounded for the month.

Meekiyu said...

definitely doesn't look happy but seems like the smell is going away with the washing =o

Nancy said...

Poor Halley -- I'm sure you were looking just as sad -- I know giving a pup a bath is no easy thing. Glad to hear the skunk smell is dissipating.

ONe PiNK FiSH said...

So glad to hear you are on the way to one fresh smelling pooch.

K(Banterings of a Basketcase) said...

How adorable!!!! I love the sad face.

Amy Lilley Designs said...

Halley looks just like a dog who has seen, and been hit w/ the scent of a skunk...her look speaks volumes...poor precious...glad that your 'au natural' formula worked..I'll bet that her coat will be just gorgeous...:))

Plantress said...

I laughed when I saw Halley's face. The difference between the other day's photo and this one is so poignant. This looks like a dog who has been washed several times and regrets the whole thing!

storybeader said...

looking real innocent, but what a sweet face!

Walk in the Woods said...

... her coat, which is quite nice without fussing, is all fluffed up and looking quite spiffy ... and *hopefully* she's a lesson.

Hopefully.

:)

Hopscotch Dandelions said...

Same thing happened to my dog last year. I think I left the Hyrogen Peroxide on a little too long, his hair ended up turning a little orange . . .opps, now he hates baths