Yada Ornsomjit, from Lamphun in northern Thailand, was taken aback when she awoke on Saturday morning to find her canines had taken on the appearance of the Incredible Hulk!
After she left her kitchen door open overnight, the cute French bulldogs plundered her pantry and got into green food coloring:
“The night before, I neglected to close the kitchen door.” According to the Daily Mail, Ornsomjit remarked, “But I couldn’t believe they went inside and turned everything green.”
Not only had the dogs managed to tint themselves green, but they had also managed to spread the hue throughout the house:
“My husband and I washed them three times in half a day, yet some sections of their bodies were still green. We were exhausted, yet they seemed oblivious to what had gone wrong.”
Most food coloring is water-soluble, so it should wash right off. However, if you’re still having difficulties washing your dog, try the following suggestions:
- Brush trouble areas daily to prevent stains from forming beneath the eyes, around the mouth, and under the dog’s claws.
- Use an ordinary dog shampoo to wash the soiled areas, but only do it a couple of times because the shampoo can irritate your dog’s skin.
- Apply witch hazel on the soiled fur and rub it in. Allow five minutes for the stain to soak before rinsing with water and shampooing away any residue.