Here are some tips:
Begin cleaning right away, not to allow the sap to harden.
- Peanut Butter
Massage the Peanut butter gently into the fur (a hair dryer on a low setting will speed up the process of dissolving the P -Butter).
Comb slowly through the dog's hair, using a large- toothed comb. loosen up any stubborn sap with your fingers and nails, and use scissors to cut out the most stubborn bits of sap.
Do not worry about your dog licking the area of application. Peanut Butter is eatable, not toxic, as many other products are not. (such as petroleum jelly, organic adhesive removal solution and hand cleaners used by mechanics. these are not as safe as food- based remedies.)
Give your dog a goo shampoo bathe with plenty of conditioner afterwords.
You can also use:
- Olive-, and other cooking Oils
- Coconut Oil
- Baby Oil
Never, ever use: