We all love our pets, but that doesn't mean we want to go out and spend ridiculous amounts of money on special shampoos when they do something stupid like try to do the hokey pokey with Pepe Le Pu. The tomato juice theory is an old wives tale and only works on the premise that tomatoes smell better than skunk spray. It doesn't actually work. To remove the skunk spray particles from your pet's fur, you only need a few common household items.

Mix together baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, and dish soap, to create a very bubbly solution and lather it onto your pet. This solution works because it is rich in oxygen, which bonds to the skunk spray particles and removes them from the fur. I can't do the nomenclature, but it works, okay?

This is another example of Things I learned from TVO.