I'm assuming the substance on Roo was a discarded chemical warfare agent of some kind, designed to be sprayed onto advancing troops to glue them into place, and probably outlawed by the Geneva Convention. Roo spotted a particularly tempting mud hole and naturally dived right in. I didn't think much of it, because there would be clean water ahead for her to rinse in. This stuff, however, wouldn't rinse off. At all. I got in the river to try to wash it off, and it would not come off.
So, Not An Easy Dog™ had to have yet another bath, which, as some of you know from personal experience, dogs do not give themselves. Nor do they shake off until they are standing next to the least waterproof items in your home.
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