Jun 14, 2010
Grease is the Word
I yelled for K to bring some warm water and the Palmolive. I had just given Bandit a good bath about two weeks ago and had used up the very last of the pet shampoo. His neck hair was thick and gloppy and saturated in chicken grease. It was a complete mess! Fortunately, that Palmolive cut right through and I was able to spot wash his neck area. Today, his ears still look a little wet because they obviously have a slight coating of grease left in them.
Silly boy. Such typical dog behavior, and we can laugh about it now. At the time we thought uh oh, he's going to get diarrhea from this for sure. But all seems good today, thankfully.
The scene of his doggy fun is shown below. Obviously, hot dripping chicken grease didn't phase him; I guess that double coat comes in really handy at times. And now we can't remember if there's supposed to be something underneath the main cooking area that's supposed to catch all that falling grease. We usually put a foil sheet where the dark spot on the wood is. I'm sure that wouldn't have stopped our determined little grease licker.