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Report these people for dog fighting – have the courage to protect this little dog if you understand that is what he was for – don’t give him back, whatever one does. If you actually want to dye your dog’s locks, then go for it. This won’t make your dog really sick. I used to dye my poodle-terrier’s hair in the summertime when she was younger.

Boil 5 mugs of water in a stainless pot on the stove top. When drinking water comes to a boil, add 4 to 6 6 deals of Kool-Aid or another very similar sugarless drink blend. Continue boiling it for a three to five five minutes around. Turn it off and remove it the burner and allow it cool (or warm).

When its warm or cool, put on tight rubber or latex gloves. Put your pet in a little tub, or sink (with the plug in it). Pour the Kool-Aid dye on your pet bit by bit, on diffrent places of the dog’s body to make sure that he or she is all covered/soaked in it. Rub it into the dog’s fur after every time you put it on, or as you pour it on.

Have someone keep open a garbage bag, and put your dog in it with it’s face sticking out of it. Contain the dog in the bag for up to 20 minutes (the longer the better). Time goes by fast if you are watching a TV show while your keeping it. When time is up, put the dog back the sink or tub (with no plug in it) and rinse the dog until the water runs clear.

Dry your dog off, and let it dry. Your dog should/will be the colour of the Kool-Aid that you used. The dog’s epidermis will never be harmed at all. If its a fuzzy poodle type of dog, than you should give him a hair cut also. Just trim the fur on his ears, and snout, that will make him hard to recognize. Sorry, not a good enough reason behind me.

There are a lot of dogs and puppies that look similar. Get a leash and collar, find a true name and enjoy your puppy. Infact, why not tell them now, so when there is a nagging problem later on they will know what you are talking about. Thanks for saving the puppy, there should be more people out there like you.

Don’t allow dog outside unattended. Keep an optical attention out for unusual people. You ought not to dye the dog fur at all. Permanent dye is bad for human hair significantly less an animal! It would be best to report any dog fighting to the local police and the animal control division for your city.