Your pets will probably lead very adventurous lives. This can, unfortunately, take them to some very dirty places. If you take your eyes off of them for a second you can be stuck with a messy pet that needs a professional groomer just to be clean again. This isn’t always the case though. In many events, you will be able to use old know how to get them clean without an expensive trip to the groomers.
Someone living in a well-developed area will probably have to occasionally deal with their pet rolling in the grime of the city. If you find that they’ve managed to cover themselves in gum, or worse tar from a hot road, you have a few options before you make the call. Believe it or not, peanut butter is an ideal solution for these messes. You know that it works well for human hair, well why shouldn’t it work for pet hair. The special oils in the peanut butter will help isolate the sticky substance so that the hair’s natural oils work it out. The best part is that they’ll probably clean up the leftover peanut butter themselves.
People living farther from the city will have to be ready for an unfortunate run-in with a skunk. You probably can’t imagine the sheer smell of a skunked dog or cat. The whole house will quickly reek just from the residual effects. Regardless, you will be able to wash the smell out with a good tomato juice bath.
You will need to use pure, undiluted juice to get the job done. When you’re rubbing it in just make sure you keep it out of their eyes. Then let it sit for a few minutes so that the acids in the tomato juice will isolate the molecules that cause the smell. You can then just use a good shampoo or grooming soap to wash out the juice. Your dog may be a bit red until they have a few more baths, but they won’t smell.