How To Remove The Smell Of Fox Pooh From Your Dogs Coat! by Emma Gooding - Musely
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How To Remove The Smell Of Fox Pooh From Your Dogs Coat!

posted in Various
01/25/2014
  • ๐Ÿพ1st step : First wet your dogs coat
๐Ÿพ2nd Step : Apply tomato ketchup to the dogs coat but concentrating more on the area that the dog has rolled on, lather into the coat and leave for a couple of minutes.
๐Ÿพ3rd Step : Rinse with warm water.
๐Ÿพ4th Step : Shampoo your dog as normal and rinse.
    ๐Ÿพ1st step : First wet your dogs coat
    ๐Ÿพ2nd Step : Apply tomato ketchup to the dogs coat but concentrating more on the area that the dog has rolled on, lather into the coat and leave for a couple of minutes.
    ๐Ÿพ3rd Step : Rinse with warm water.
    ๐Ÿพ4th Step : Shampoo your dog as normal and rinse.
  • I hope this helps you all, if you like this tip and it works for you please remember to like! Thanks! Xxx

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