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    I'm grooming a new client tomorrow. He's a 2-year old Siberian who was neutered last week. He's spraying, and according to his owner, the smell is awful. He just moved into a new home with a new owner yesterday. He was a show cat.
    I'm going to give him a sanitary and lower belly trim. Hope that doesn't stink up my clipper and blades!
    I think I'll use Griminator shampoo and wash him a few times. I hope I can manage to get the smell out.
    Anyone have suggestions for de-stinkifying a Siberian?

  • #2
    How about the method to remove skunk smell? Shampoo, baking soda and peroxide.
    Ain't always easy to stand up for what is right.

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    • #3
      My stud male has stud tail, he never smell bad, but I use to wash his tail with vet shampoo "douxo seb" for greasy hair/atopic skin and it smell really good, I think it could work on easily get the smell away and dirty hair without damaging the skin.

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      • #4
        I got lucky! The kitty had peed, not sprayed, so it wasn't bad at all. I just gave a regular bath.

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        • #5
          Cat pee is stronger smell right? Do you have to use a special product for that or extra baths.

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          • #6
            I couldn't smell it myself, so maybe the smell was worse when it first happened. I just used Grimeinator, twice, then hypo-allergenic shampoo.

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            • #7
              Fortunately, once all the testosterone is completely out of his system (usually in 2 to 4 weeks) he will not smell any different than a neutered male.

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              • #8
                We use Grimeinator for bad smells and works good.

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