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    Pet Sitter mendomama's Avatar
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    Default How to remove sap/pitch

    Hey guys,
    I just discover a spot of tree sap on my little Uni's arm pit. It looks like it hurts, but doesn't seem to be bother her much, thankfully. I was wondering what a safe solvent would be to use on my fur baby's skin and coat. I was thinking of making a mix of baking soda and olive oil, and see if this works to get it off the fur well enough. I know this works pretty well for sap on your hands and as far as I know won't hurt at all.

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    Default Re: How to remove sap/pitch

    Olive oil is what I have used in the past.

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