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By  Bogrbon  |  20

Bleach will break down the smelly thiol compounds. Hydrogen peroxide might as well, if it’s concentrated enough. Neither work on the dog, and they may stain, but They should work on the smell.

By  OH_HappyDays  |  12

Just had this issue.... Try this. 1 quart 3 percent hydrogen peroxide
1 teaspoon baby shampoo or grease-cutting dish detergent
1/4 cup baking soda
Lather this mixture onto your pet’s fur and let it sit for five minutes. Make sure not to get it into their eyes. Then rinse and wash your pet with their regular shampoo. Repeat if necessary.

Keep in mind that hydrogen peroxide may lighten your pet’s fur, so don’t leave the lather on for more than five minutes at a time

Note: Do not store the leftover mixture in a sealed container or bottle, since there is a risk it could explode. Also, if you don’t have hydrogen peroxide on hand, you can try white vinegar. This worked but had to bathe dog three times :/ The rugs she rubbed on were sprinkled with baking soda and dawn allow to dry and swept up and rinsed with a shampooer. Activated charcoal (like for fish tanks) and cups of vinegar sitting in each room also help. Good luck. I swear I can still smell it and it has been months....

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  littlelia  |  22

we used baking soda and dawn cause we had no peroxide. tomato juice just covers the smell you have to deactivate it. also whenever it gets wet again it reactivates the smell. it took over a month for his breath to get better tho